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Is it possible to produce efficient Class A models?

By Mohamad Abood on 03 Mar 09:56 1 answer 3 comments

Hey guys, I haven't played around much with surfaces yet but would like to start and have some questions before doing so to make sure I am investing my time appropriately.

As far as I am aware, most current consumer products are designed with class A surfaces, now my question is: is it possible to create Class A surfaces with SolidWorks and how intuitive is it? I often see feedback that other platforms are more efficient but how true is that?

Is there other consideration for designing products that SolidWorks struggles with or is it a perfect tool for creating such products?

Thanks a lot for your input.

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  • özgür kesebir
    özgür kesebir 8 months ago

    I think answer is not possible. Because solidworks has no higher order curves or continuity like G3. And solidworks takes more work (time) to get what you want as A-class.

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