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1 SOLIDWORKS 2016 Advanced Techniques Mastering Parts, Surfaces, Sheet Metal, SimulationXpress, Top Down Assemblies, Core & Cavity Molds Paul Tran CSWE, CSWI SDC PUBLICATIONS Better Textbooks. Lower Prices.

3 Introduction to 3D Sketch SOLIDWORKS enables you to create 3D sketches. A 3D sketch consists of lines and arcs in series and splines. You can use a 3D sketch as a sweep path, as a guide curve for a loft or sweep, a centerline for a loft, or as one of the key entities in a piping system. Geometric relations can also be added to 3D Sketches. Parameters X Coordinate Y Coordinate Z Coordinate Curvature (Spline curvature at the frame point) Tangency (In the XY plane) Tangency (In the XZ plane) Tangency (In the YZ plane) Space Handle When working in a 3D sketch, a graphical assistant is provided to help you maintain your orientation while you sketch on several planes. This assistant is called a space handle. The space handle appears when the first point of a line or spline is defined on a selected plane. Using the space handle you can select the axis along which you want to sketch. 1-1

4 Introduction to 3D Sketch View Orientation Hot Keys: Ctrl + 1 = Front View Ctrl + 2 = Back View Ctrl + 3 = Left View Ctrl + 4 = Right View Ctrl + 5 = Top View Ctrl + 6 = Bottom View Ctrl + 7 = Isometric View Ctrl + 8 = Normal To Selection Dimensioning Standards: ANSI Units: INCHES 3 Decimals Tools Needed: 3D Sketch Circle 2D Sketch Dimension Sketch Line Add Geometric Relations Sketch Fillet Tab Tab Key Base/ Boss Sweep 1-2

5 1. Starting a new part file: - Click File / New. - Select the Part template and click OK. 2. Creating a 3D Sketch: - Click or select Insert / 3D Sketch, and change to Isometric view. - Select the Line tool and sketch the first line along the X axis. Reference Axis Indicator - Sketch the second line along the Y axis as shown. Inference lines Reference TRIAD 1-3

6 3. Changing direction: - By default your sketch is relative to the default coordinate system in the model. - To switch to one of the other two default planes, press the TAB key and the reference origin of the current sketch plane is displayed on that plane. Space Handle The TAB key While sketching the lines, press the TAB key to switch to other planes/directions. 4. Completing the profile: - Follow the axis as labeled; press TAB if necessary to change the direction. Z X Z Y Z X Y X 1-4 X

7 5. Adding dimensions: - Click or select Tools / Dimensions / Smart Dimension. - Click on the first line and add a dimension of 3.00in. - There is not a general sequence to follow when adding dimensions, so for this lesson, add the dimensions in the same order you sketched the lines. See Note* * Note: To make the dimensions parallel to the lines as shown, select the line and an endpoint instead of selecting just the line. - Continue adding the dimensions to fully define the 3D sketch as shown. - Rearrange the dimensions so they are easy to read, which will make editing a little easier later on. 1-5

8 6. Adding the Sketch Fillets: - Click or select Tools / Sketch Tools / Fillet. - Add.500 fillets to all the intersections as indicated. - Enable the Keep Constrained Corner check box (Maintains the virtual intersection point if the vertex has dimensions or relations). - Click OK when finished. - Exit the 3D Sketch or press Control + Q. Geometric Relations Geometric Relations such as Along X, Y, Z and Equal can also be used to replace some of the duplicate dimensions. 1-6

9 7. Creating the Swept feature: - SOLIDWORKS 2016 introduces the new Circular Profile sweep option. It allows you to create a solid rod or hollow tube along a path, edge, or curve directly on a model without having to sketch the circular profile. This enhancement is available for Swept Boss/Base, Swept Cut, and Swept Surface features. - Click or select Insert / Boss-Base / Sweep. - Select the Circle Profile option and enter.250in for the diameter of the profile. - Select the 3D Sketch for Sweep Path (3Dsketch1). - Click OK. 8. Saving your work: - Select File / Save As. - Enter 3D Sketch for the file name. - Click Save. 1-7

10 1. When using 3D Sketch you do not have to pre-select a plane as you would in 2D Sketch. a. True b. False 2. The space handle appears only after the first point of a line is started. a. True b. False 3. To switch to other planes in 3D Sketch mode, press: a. Up Arrow b. Down Arrow c. TAB key d. CONTROL key 4. Dimensions cannot be used in 3D Sketch mode. a. True b. False 5. Geometric Relations cannot be used in 3D Sketch mode. a. True b. False 6. All sketch tools in 2D Sketch are also available in 3D Sketch. a. True b. False 7. When adding sketch fillets, the option Keep Constrained Corner will create a virtual intersection point but will not create a dimension. a. True b. False 8. 3D Sketch entities can be used as a path in a swept feature. a. True b. False 1-8

11 Exercise: Sweep with 3D Sketch 1. Create the part shown using 3D Sketch. 2. Save your work as Sweep w_3d Sketch_Exe. 1-9

12 Exercise: 3D Sketch & Planes A 3D sketch normally consists of lines and arcs in series, and splines. You can use a 3D sketch as a sweep path, as a guide curve for a loft or sweep, a centerline for a loft, or as one of the key entities in a routing system. The following exercise demonstrates how several planes can be used to help define the directions of 3D Sketch Entities. 1. Sketching the reference Pivot lines: - Select the Top plane and open a new sketch. - Sketch 2 Centerlines and add Dimensions as shown. 2. Creating the 1st 45º Plane: - Select Insert/Reference Geometry/Planes. - Click the At Angle button and enter 45 for Angle (arrow). - Select the Top plane and the Vertical line as noted. Select the top plane and the vertical line - Click OK. 1-10

13 3. Creating the 2nd 45 Plane: - Click the Plane command or select Insert/Reference Geometry/Planes. - Click the At Angle option and enter 45 for Angle (arrow). - Select the Front plane and the Horizontal line as noted. Select the front plane and the horizontal line - Click OK. Starting point (At the endpoint of the centerline). 1 st line 4. Creating the 3D Sketch: - Select the Top plane and click Insert/3D Sketch. - Sketch the 1 st line along the Z direction as noted (or Vertical along the Top plane). 1-11

14 - Select the Plane2 (45 deg.) from the Feature Manager tree and Sketch the 2 nd line along the Y direction (watch the cursor feedback symbol). Switching Planes 1 st line While sketching the lines, hold the Control key and click a plane to switch from one plane to another, or simply select them from the Feature tree each time. - Sketch the rest of lines on the planes as labeled. - For clarity, hide all the planes (select the View menu and click off Planes). We will select the planes from the FeatureManager tree when needed. Plane1 Plane2 Plane2 Plane2 Plane1 Top Top Plane2 Top 1-12

15 Top View (Ctrl + 5) Right View (Ctrl + 4) - Add Dimensions to fully define the sketch. 1-13

16 - Add Sketch Fillets of.500 in. to all corners. - Exit the 3D Sketch or press Ctrl+Q. 5. Creating a Perpendicular plane: - Select Insert/Reference Geometry/Plane. - Select the line and its endpoint approximately as shown. - The Perpendicular option should be selected by default. Click here - A new plane normal to the selected line is created. - Click OK. 1-14

17 6. Sketching the Sweep Profile: - Select the new plane (Plane3) and open a new sketch. - Sketch 2 Circles on the same center and add the dimensions as shown to fully define the sketch. 7. Sweeping the Profile along the 3D Path: - Click or Select Insert/Boss Base/Sweep. - Select the Circles as the Sweep Profile. - Select the 3D Sketch as the Sweep Path. - Click OK. 1-15

18 - The resulting Swept feature. 8. Hiding the Planes: - From the menu, select View/Planes. - The planes are temporarily put away from the scene. 9. Saving your work: - Select File / Save As. - Enter 3D Sketch_Planes for the name of the file. - Click Save. 1-16

19 Exercise: 3D Sketch & Composite Curve A 3D sketch normally consists of lines and arcs in series and Splines. You can use a 3D sketch as a sweep path, as a guide curve for a loft or sweep, a centerline for a loft, or as one of the key entities in a routing system. The following exercise demonstrates how several 3D Sketches can be created, combined into 1 continuous Composite Curve, and used as a Sweep Path. 1. Creating a 2D sketch: - Select Top plane and sketch a 1.00in diameter Circle and 2 Centerlines. 2. Creating a Helix: - Select Insert/Curve/ Helix-Spiral. - Pitch:.250 in. - Revolution: Starting Angle: 0 deg. - Click OK. 1-17

20 3. Creating the 1st 3D sketch: - Select Insert/3D Sketch - Select the Line command and sketch the 1 st line along the X direction. Z X On-Plane relation (End point & Right plane) X Y Z Y Z X - Add other lines in the directions as labeled. - Add Dimensions to fully define the sketch. - Add Sketch Fillets of.250 in. to all corners. - Exit the 3D Sketch or press Ctrl + Q. 1-18

21 4. Creating the 2nd 3D sketch: - Select Insert/3D Sketch. - Select the Line command and sketch the 1 st line along the X direction. - Sketch the rest of the lines following their direction shown below. X Z X Z On-Plane relation (End point & Right plane) - Add Dimensions to fully define the sketch. - Add Sketch Fillets of.250 in. to all corners. ( ) ( ) ( ) - Exit the 3D Sketch or press Ctrl+Q. 1-19

22 5. Combining the 3 sketches into 1 curve: - Select the Composite Curve command below the Curves button or select Insert / Curve / Composite. - Select the 3 Sketches either from the Feature Manager tree or directly from the graphics area. - Click OK. - The sketches are now combined into 1 continuous curve. We will use it as the sweep path in the next few steps. 1-20

23 6. Creating a Sweep using Circular Profile: - Select Insert/Boss Base/ Sweep. - Select the Circle Profile option (arrow). - Enter.165 in for the diameter of the sweep profile. - Select the Composite Curve as the Sweep Path. - Click OK. 7. Saving your work: - Click File/Save As. - Enter 3D Sketch_ Composite Curve for the name of the file. - Click Save. 1-21

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