Solid Edge Tutorials | How to use swept protrusion command

Solid Edge Tutorials - How to use swept protrusion command

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  1. Step 1: Video tutorials show How to use swept protrusion command


    This video tutorials show How to use swept protrusion command

  2. Step 2: Sweep Options dialog box

    On the Sweep Options dialog box, select a method for creating the sweep.

    You can create swept features using a single path and cross section or multiple paths and cross sections.

  3. Step 3: Defining the sweep path

    On the command bar, select a method for defining the sweep path.

    You can draw a path, select part edges, or select sketch elements.

  4. Step 4: Define path curves

    To define path curves, do one of the following:

    • If you are drawing a path, define the¬†profile plane you want to draw it on, and then draw the path or copy a path into the profile window. When drawing paths, you must click the Finish button after drawing each path
    • If you are using part edges to define the path, select the edge or edges you want to use, and then click the Accept (check mark) button on the command bar
    • If you are using sketch elements to define the path, select the sketch elements you want to use, and then click the Accept (check mark) button on the command bar
  5. Step 5: Next button to select Cross Section Step

    To define cross sections, do one of the following:


    • If you are drawing a cross section, define the profile plane you want to draw it on, and then draw the path or copy a path into the profile window. When drawing cross sections, you must click the Finish button after drawing each cross section


    • If you are using part edges to define the cross section, select the edge or edges you want to use, and then click the Accept (check mark) button on the command bar


    • If you are using sketch elements to define the cross section, select the sketch elements you want to use, and then click the Accept (check mark) button on the command bar
  6. Step 6: Define cross sections

    To define cross sections, do one of the following:

    • If you are drawing a cross section, define the profile plane you want to draw it on, and then draw the path or copy a path into the profile window. When drawing cross sections, you must click the Finish button after drawing each cross section.


    • If you are using part edges to define the cross section, select the edge or edges you want to use, and then click the Accept (check mark) button on the command bar.


    • If you are using sketch elements to define the cross section, select the sketch elements you want to use, and then click the Accept (check mark) button on the command bar.


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