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how to fill the space between 2 body in solidworks ?

By somi one on 25 Jun 04:57 4 answers 1930 views 1 comment

hello
i have a Vehicle model and i insert it inside a box , now i want to fill the space between the car and box(note:inside of the car is empty after filling the space between car and box) i try to do it with thicken but i cant do it
can anyone help me ?
a simple example attached

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  • Sahedul Abedin
    Sahedul Abedin about 1 year ago

    Option 1. Solution with solid
    Option 2. Solution with surface

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  • Sahedul Abedin
    Sahedul Abedin about 1 year ago

    Option 1:
    If your car model is a solid, you can create the box around and use 'combine' command and substract your car model from the solid.

    Option 2:
    If you are dealing with Surface, you can over-thichen it (larger than the outer box) and use 'cut with surface' command

  • somi one
    somi one about 1 year ago

    Sahedul Abedin can you give me example ? i cant do it !

  • somi one
    somi one about 1 year ago

    thanks Sahedul Abedin
    my problem solved with your guidance

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