Sewing is the process of attaching a surface to a body. This ability involves calculating the intersection of a given surface with a body while deleting any unnecessary material.
To begin, connect all of the surfaces to which the solid must be built.
Go to the workbench for Partdesign.
From the Surface based features, select the surface and the closed surface.
Then press the "OK" button.
To see the solid part, hide the surface.
Select the surface by clicking Local healing in the Repair Geometry toolbar. Select the two problematic edges by clicking No selection in the Edges To Heal box. and a Tangency Objective that is lower than the default tangency . Select All in the Shown Solution(s) field on the Visualization tab.
Assume you're creating a CATIA model.... Using the TRIM tool to pick the two lines that make the sharp corner is one technique to close the corner. Another option is to use the CLOSE OPEN PROFILE tool from Sketch Analysis. Both approaches work, thanks.
Select the extrude element, which is the surface you want to thicken. Thick Surface is selected.
Set the First Offset value to 10mm and the Second Offset value to 6mm. Select More>>.
Under the Deviation parameters section, select Smoothing mode.
Click OK .
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