To begin, connect all of the surfaces to which the solid must be built.
Go to the Workbench for Partdesign.
Choose the closed surface from the Surface based features after selecting the surface.
Then select "OK."
To see the solid part, first hide the surface.
In CATIA, a "spine" is a curve (line, circle, spline, ellipse, axis, etc.) that is used in a variety of commands to describe the orientation of cross-sectional structures.
In CATIA V5 Assemble, learn about Boolean Operations.
The Intersect Boolean operation is used to create a single body from two separate bodies.
The output, which is shown as a single body, is basically the intersected part. Polar bodies have no influence in this situation.
Remove the Lump
Select the extrude element, which is the surface you want to thicken. Thick Surface is selected. The dialogue box ThickSurface Definition appears. The red arrow on the extrude element in the geometry section represents the first offset direction.
Creating Close Surface Features
Select the surface to be closed, i.e. Trim. 3 .
Click Close Surface . The Close Surface Definition dialog box is displayed.
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