Select Draft Analysis from the Mold Tools toolbar or View > Display > Draft Analysis from the
View menu. Set the parameters for the analysis as well as the colour settings, and then click.
Select View > Modify > Draft Analysis from the View menu.
Select Draft Analysis from the View toolbar or View > Display > Draft Analysis from the View menu.
Make a rough sketch of the part that will be drafted.
Construct a plane.
Draw the dividing line you want.
Draw a curve with a split line.
Select Draft from the Features toolbar or Insert > Features > Draft from the Insert menu.
Select Step Draft from the Type of Draft drop-down menu.
We can use SOLIDWORKS Draft Analysis to see if a part is ready to be moulded. It makes use of colour highlighting to show which parts of a model's face have enough draught to be easily removed from a mould.
Select the draught components to alter under Faces to Draft under Drafts to Change. You choose the two orange-colored outer faces in this example (one each on opposite sides of the horizontal cylinder). To change the draught for the selected faces, set a value for Draft Angle and click Change.
You can use draught analysis to check draught angles, look at angle variations inside a face, and find parting lines, injection, and ejection surfaces in parts.
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