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Tutorial: Introduction to Boundary, Freeform, and Fill

Tutorial: Introduction to Boundary, Freeform, and Fill

10 June, 2011

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Presented at: SolidWorks World 2008

This presentation covers the introduction to the boundary, freeform and fill features. It also starts with a discussion of how and when to use surfacing tools. Some portions of this presentation can also be found in Advanced Modeling 301; however this presentation has more emphasis on usage of the three tools discussed. Download: Introduction to Boundary, Freeform, and Fill

by Mark Biasotti, DS SolidWorks Corp

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  • Lukman says:

    Why not use equation drvien curves instead of XYZ curves? Set up planes at z=-0.5, z=-0.25, etc. and create equation drvien curves at each plane and hold z constant at each plane. Saves a step or two from the process and makes more accurate geometry. Also, why not use equation drvien curves instead of splines for the end curves? That way the handles can’t be drug around to get strange, inaccurate geometry. Splines are not necessarily a good interpolation tool. Just my thoughts on the matter.

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