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Mechanical01


You need to post a image of your model, we cannot just discuss about it in thin air.


as a picture describes 100 words.


Regards


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dr_gallup

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You will need to have inner and outer surfaces and if you can "sew it all up" to make a closed volume you can solidify it.
 

krishnarajrao

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mechanical01 said:
hi..


i have a part which has a variable thickness. Is it possible to give a surface model a variable thickness?

Hey I Feel Surface has'nt got any thickness. C the Surface definition. Pls feel free to reply.
 

mechanical01

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Hello paulcunningham3,


my model is a set of surfaces.....i have already completed the model by offsetting the surfaces..but it took a lot of time........now i want to develop a faster method.


what is dr gallups way ?
 

dougr

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mechanical01 said:
hi..


i have a part which has a variable thickness. Is it possible to give a surface model a variable thickness?

Not if you're planning to usea "thin" feature from your surface..
 

Israr

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In mechanica you can give multiple thicknesses to a surface r thin feature but not variable thickness.


Israr
 

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