Inventor Derive

13 0 Intermediate
The derive command allows you to use models and assemblies as geometry and toolbodies within other part files. For 3D printing it's a perfect way to section complex parts so they can be printed in simpler pieces. Subsequent operations can be performed on the derived part without affecting the original source models and assemblies. Sketches, workplanes, and other work features may also be used from the source models.

Split body in SolidWorks

6 0 Beginner
Split body feature and how it works.

Split Core-Cavity and Add Interlock

4 1 Beginner
- After draw Starfruit Basin model ( see at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqTg08YkGnA&t=47s ), we will try to create core cavity for this mold. - Use polypropylene plastic with 2% shrinkage to added in this product. - After split core cavity, we need add revolve surface to split cavity for interlock. - Add frre space at 1mm for outer mold as gap.

How To Create Exploded View Animation in SOLIDWORKS | Export Motion Study to Keyshot | CADable

3 0 Beginner
Welcome back to CADable. This is Engr. Ibrahim Omer and today I will teach you how to make exploded view animation in SOLIDWORKS. This tutorial will be comprised of two parts. In the 1st part we will be making exploded animation. Later we will export our animation to Keyhsot for realistic rendering. In motion study I will show you how to add keyframes and keypoints. We will also split object surfaces in Keyhshot for the application of materials on different surfaces. It is a good exercise for beginners and it will be a good practice for beginners. Kindly use play pause technique for practice. I have attached files in the description for practice. Feel free to ask your queries in comment section. I will try to answer each and every question. Keep practicing as practice makes a man perfect. #solidworksexplodedviewanimation #exportmotionstudykeyshot #CADable #renderedanimation For Files: https://grabcad.com/library/blender-model-1 Follow our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CADable​

How to split bodies in solid works (Split) I Split feature

2 0 Beginner
For video tutorial please click the link: https://youtu.be/l6hSm6uUdUE

How to create multiple parts from a single part in Solidworks 2012?

2 0 Beginner
maybe you should split them and insert them individually in the assembly. Also while splitting you can save them and form an assembly. In school we have been taught this way. But I have done it in Solidworks 2011

MOLD DESIGN, How to Create Multi Cavity Mold

3 0 Intermediate
How to Create Multi Cavity Mold still uses the tooling split command on the features toolbar. These commands, namely: 1. Scale 2. Parting Line 3. Parting Surface 4. Tooling Split Thanks for watching

Solidworks: How to Split a Surface

2 0 Beginner
How to split a surface in Solidworks

CATIA free online basic training for beginners | how to split solid using a surface

2 0 Beginner
CATIA free online basic training for beginners | how to split solid using a surface For more videos like this visit Our Site ; 👉 www.thesavvyengineer.com Our Youtube Channel ; 👉 The savvy Engineer : https://bit.ly/2Caeqac

Split one object into separate surfaces / polygons

1 0 Beginner
How to Split one object into separate surfaces/polygons

Tutorial - splitting surfaces using Split line in SolidWorks?

1 0 Beginner
Here is the Tutorial.

Flower Motif WOVEN PLATE ( Part 2 )

1 0 Beginner
This is part two for the woven plate. There is a flower motif on the side of the plate. Some of the main commands used are: -Split line -Project curve -Sweep Boss -Circular pattern Ok enjoy watching

Split Surfaces in Creo Parametric

1 0 Intermediate
Many looks for surface split in Creo Parametric which is synonymous using Split Line in SolidWorks. Here is your solution :)

How to Create Simple Core, Cavity and Side Core in SolidWorks 2020

1 0 Intermediate
In this video, I have simplified the demonstration of all the mold tool commands by considering a simple plastic component. NOTE : THIS VIDEO DOESN'T GO THROUGH DESIGN CONSIDERATION. I teach you how to create core, cavity, side core and analysis commands. I hope this gives you a quick start on exploring the commands available in solidworks. In the end, I demonstrate how to reverse engineer the component from mold available. I hope this tutorial is helpful. Please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE :) In case of any doubts, feel free to ask in my Facebook Group :) All the links are shared below. Here are the playlists which are complete on its own. You probably will not go elsewhere to learn. If it is not complete then it would be in process. (except for "Creo Weldment") I will agree with my videos before 2016 might be facing issues with a voice recording or sometimes incomplete knowledge so you can reach me out anytime if in doubt. In my new videos, I have taken great care and studied enough, before recording them. 1) SolidWorks Part Modeling Enviornment (in process) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-Mh3WfU-hg&list=PLBHPr-24ac72Q_9SVPDcCXlAhcBL2KySf 2) SolidWorks Radial Engine Modeling, Drafting, Assembly - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac73ELbWKibt_C9cKkLjmhf4S 3) SolidWorks Advanced 2d to 3d Modeling Exercise - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac73hdnZJw0yvpYp_hkSXPRa_ 4) SolidWorks Beginner 2d to 3d Modeling Exercise - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac71wcSbNAEynvEkOroDXH9L7 5) SolidWorks Sketching Tutorial Complete - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac72Mz_vfFCbc7N390V1_ZKCd 6) SolidWorks Detail Tips Explanation (for beginners) - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac72yPeT72-dBsHT1F4tZD9i0 7) SolidWorks Tips to Work like a PRO!! - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac71Xp8ydjY9gVHshG8B3Dq-Q 6) Creo 2d to 3d Modeling Beginner to Advanced Exercises - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHPr-24ac70qf51KfRLknRu-JLSFoBLF Instagram : cadskool Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/3DCADskool/ Pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/cadskool/ Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/2500694070204153/

Tutorial - Splitting part into assembly in SolidWorks?

0 0 Beginner
Here is the tutorial.