The Adaptive Sweep I’ve made using a custom sketch that connects one i can clear my basic concept of sweep command in gsd in catia V5. in sweep command there is one more command adaptive sweep that i m asking about. As stated above, adaptive swept surface is a little different than those Or even you can create a new CATIA part and then switch between . Use non-connex elements from sketch in 3d–CATIA V5In “Tips n Tricks(CAT)”.
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Select the profile, guide curve 1 and guide curve 2 in their respective boxes. Email required Address never made public. The list in the Sections tab is automatically updated with: You can select a Spine if you want it to be different from the guiding curve.
Upvote 0 Upvoted 1. If no guiding curve already exists, use the contextual menu in the Guiding Curve field to create, either a line, or a boundary. You can now contextually create a reference surface using the commands available when right-clicking the Reference Surface field. YZ plane Guide curve 1 sketch…. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. At the location where the profile is drawn, a manipulator will appear, which you can drag along and visualize how the profile is being adjusted with guides while still maintaining constraints applied hover over it and drag.
It lets you specify the relimitation type. This may be necessary when small discontinuities are detected with regards to the spine tangency or the reference surface’s normal.
Select the end point of the guiding curve to create another section. Here you can see both sketches I’ve used to make this surface and a Spine definition the circle on the left. Make sure that the profile is intersecting with the guide curves, otherwise you have to define the intersection manually while creating the swept surface as anchor points.
Written by Sahaj Panchal. Sketch based on the point as the intersection of the sketch and the guiding curve. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Select a boundary on an adjacent surface as a constraining element when creating the sketch. The Parent field becomes current and is filled in with the parent to be replaced.
For instance, with the apparently similar sketch only its construction differs, but there is a coincidence constraint between the sketch extremity and the point on the guiding curve you can obtain the following results: The axis system is positioned normal to the reference surface.
Where Can the ADAPTIVE SWEEP Tool Be Advantageous Over SWEEP in CATIA V5?
The thing is – the common Spine Circle. Please sign in or create an account to continue Create a GrabCAD account or sign in to an existing account Create an account Sign in to existing account Create an account. But suppose I want to maintain the constraints applied in profile sketch throughout the surface say arc radius in our casethen?
Notify me of new comments via email. Select a aadptive, used to position the sketch on the guiding curve, as well as the origin of the sketch.
The implicit profile is a sketch and as such supports the creation of associative sketch elements over multi-cell surfaces. Selecting a Reference Surface is optional.
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adapgive In our example, may you wish to define a reference surface, select the xy plane. So one can simply state that the profile shape have been modified ignoring the constraints applied!
Thanks for reading the post. Click or choose the Remove Section contextual menu, to delete a section from the swept surface.
CATIA V5 – Adaptive Sweep Functionality
Click preview to see the surface and hit OK if the result is as required. In this case, when you select the 3D construction elements, please be careful to select them directly.
It is the surface on which the guiding curve lies, and is used to define the axis system in which the swept surface is created. Create a section here: Select the Sketch to be swept along the guiding curve Sketch. Downvote 0 Downvoted 1. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here