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How to create a car surfaces based on BMW X6?

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• over 1 year ago

you will see some of the advanced method for creating surfaces of a car BMW X6

1. Step 1

1 - open a new file and choose the right plan and click on sketch image

2. Step 2

2 - but we must prepare images before, we choose the image

3. Step 3

3 - we put on the transparent image by clicking on the color of the image bleached by the pipette is left to bottom

4. Step 4

4 - and we do the same steps for other pictures

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6. Step 6

6 - and to plan the back by creating a parallel range plan to plan ahead

7. Step 7

7 - After I draw a spline on the image to the right plan

8. Step 8

8 - and extruding the spline

9. Step 9

9 - drawing a sketch on the plane below and we put two lines of construction until the mid plane

10. Step 10

10 - and the same operation on the right plan

11. Step 11

11 - after we make a projection for the two curves

12. Step 12

12 - After you connect the surface created with the projected line

13. Step 13

13 - we create another line near the first projection

14. Step 14

14 - Another projection curve

15. Step 15

15 - After you connect the two spline curve by a closed 3D sketch

16. Step 16

16 - and we perform the sketch

17. Step 17

17 - After we create a sketch on the plane as in the picture below

18. Step 18

18 - and we restrict the part we do not need

19. Step 19

19 - the same goes for the rear side of

20. Step 20

20 - We connect the two surfaces with a 3D spline

21. Step 21

21 - we create a boundary surface as in the picture

22. Step 22

22 - we hide the first area created

23. Step 23

23 - we can create the symmetry

24. Step 24

24 - and we note that the surfaces created are well established in terms

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31. Step 31

31 - We connect the surface created with the projected curve

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33. Step 33

33 - you will find the model with other steps in How to create some surfaces of a car BMW X6 ?

• over 1 year ago

Very good tutorial! In Solid Edge is the same method.

• over 1 year ago

superb tutorial ............(Y)

• over 1 year ago

Congratultions, Fateh!!
Best regards an a strong handshake!

I have to say thank you too, it will bring a light into my car model to school project.

• over 1 year ago

Great, have been following the guide some, but i think there is one important thing that is missing. You forget to specify in english what all the commands you are using are named. And at some steps you do not have a explanation of what you are supposed to do. Otherwise i like this initiative!!

• over 1 year ago

good work Fateh.
If someone wants to know more about the commands … "Daniel Levoue"
did a DVD about creating car surfaces with solid works … but I think
you can't use it professional … cause no A-Class surfaces possible.
Would be nice if Iam wrong.

• over 1 year ago

funny I have the CAD file for the rear hatch for that car :-) too bad I am not allowed to share it!

• over 1 year ago

IMPRESSIVE!!!
Congratultions, friend.... Really it´s a goob job for the community.
Best regards an a strong handshake ;)

Great tutorial Fateh :)

But could someone please help with the commands used as I can't seem to get some of the steps

Awesome tutorial!!! One question tho, where can we find similar images or how did you go about editing ones you had found?? Thanks again!!!!

• over 1 year ago

So what is the actual question? It seems you got it under control.

edit : "Sorry just figured it out. It's a tute."

• over 1 year ago

Thanks for the tutorial Fateh. Process and methodoly are very well explained . Congratulations , you did a great job!

• over 1 year ago

Gr8 fateh :))) Wi'll surely implement these techniques n my Lambo Reventon

• over 1 year ago

Bon ben moi je suis coincé! :P

Arrête au STEP 13, faire la fenêtre, je vois qu'il y a deux projected curve pour faire la fenêtre.

Ma premiere projected curve est du mauvais bord, elle resort de l'auto...
je viens juste de refaire les lignes et la c'est le bas de la fenêtre mais lui va l'interieur de l'auto...

je suis proche!

• over 1 year ago

Are you human?!!!
its the best design, i seen

• over 1 year ago

great work!!

Good for Industrial concept design

Can anyone help with a tutorial doing this with Inventor? Thanks

Great work!! Thank you very much for the tutorial.

Nice one, had a good play on this during my lunch break , useful practise

• 11 months ago

Very nice tutorial....a big thanks/grazie from Italy! :)

very very ...good////...really help fulllll thanks alot

Thanks for the tutorial Fateh.

• 12 months ago

Excelente trabajo!!!!!!

• 10 months ago

Great Job , Very useful for surface learners,

• 9 months ago

How do I register sketches are official thanks

• 8 months ago

Good tutorial that's for free. However, this assumes that you know most of the surfacing tools to use prior to viewing these steps. And if you get confused, steps aren't laid out in a concise fashion. However, again this is a excellent tutorial and saved me some real money!!!!! Thanks!!!!

• 8 months ago

Best Regards.

• 8 months ago

gracias por el tuto, es exelente. donde puedo descargar los planos?

• 4 months ago

very good!!
i have a qustion
for import the image i need help
in my solidwork 2011 i dont find the sketch image!??!?!?!
plz help me
tnx

• over 1 year ago

thank you Fateh
grt one
i will try this one.....:)

• 8 months ago

Very good this tutorial, I also like the video lessons, but I am very grateful for the good will, and a hug from Eduardo from Brazil / Sao Paulo

• 7 months ago

Can someone post how to do step 13 and 14?

• 7 months ago

thanks very good tutorial is a good method regards from mexico

• 5 months ago

Benefited a great deal ！
Thanks!

• 4 months ago

Thanks
Very good and great industrial toturial

• 3 months ago

That's amazing! You did realle hard job!

• 2 months ago

Thank you Fatah. I am a teacher in a school in malaysia and will be asking the kids to attempt a concept car model in solid works, and i was unsure on how to do it. This gets me started.
cheers
john

• 17 days ago

is there an .stl file for 3D Printing anywhere?