Aside from the fundamental extrusion cut tool, SolidWorks has a plethora of advanced cutting tools. The revolved cut tool allows you to cut a profile around an axis in a single feature, resulting in complex geometry. To set up a revolved cut, you start with a sketch, just like any other feature.
In Solidworks®, the Revolved Cut command is typically used to cut material from a 3D model. It functions similarly to Revolved Boss/Base, with the exception that it is used to carve 3D geometries in Solidworks®. There are several more types of Revolved Cut features in Solidworks.
Open a sketch on a face or plane, and sketch a profile of the cut. The profile can contain more than one closed contour. Click Extruded Cut or Revolved Cut (Features toolbar), or click Insert > Assembly Feature > Cut , then Extrude or Revolve. Set the options as needed in the Extrude or Revolve PropertyManager.
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