Hi, I am trying to do a loft between 4 parallel (closed spline) sketches like in the figure. So first I sketch the differents splines. then, I sketch in 3D my 4 splines guides. I want to do a loft thin feature 2mm.
My probleme is that the loft doesn't always work because of the complexe form. So I have to play with my guides.
Why is it so hard to move the points of guide ( the coincident one with the parallel sketches)?
If I try to move a point on my plane sketches they move instantaly but not with my guide
When I try to move a point of the spline guide, it moves really slowly.
Attachmentstest loft.SLDPRT, 325 KB
How did you measure the radius curvature? how did you know that it is too small?
and thanls a lot for your help
And the radius of curvature is too small
Because your guides going for the hardest trajectory and not from points;
It can be done without 3d-sketch but you must do more parallel sketches;
But I don't know what the model you want to do in the end...
I am trying to do a wrist/hand. I want to do a design so I can make my hand bigger and smaller easily with just moving my spline. If I put more planes, it implied more spline to move. with a guide I need less sketches.
I didn't measure it, but SW has check instruments, try to learn them
So there are 2 ways - make thin less,
or make radius more
It's because the program tries to update the feature or the preview in real time. It's just the way it works, even with very powerful processors. You should delete or suppress the feature, make the changes and then do the loft again.
That's what I thought but I wasn't really sure. Thank you for your answer