Using an open or closed profile, construct ribs (thin-walled closed support shapes) and webs (thin-walled open support shapes) with Rib. Ribs with a thickness normal to the sketch plane and material that extends planar to the sketch can be used.
Rib and scraper tools are necessary for shaping and smoothing clay in pottery and other ceramic applications. Ribs are commonly employed while throwing pottery on a wheel, but they can also be utilised in other clay techniques.
On a plane that intersects the portion, or is parallel or at an angle to an existing plane, draw the shape to be used as the rib feature.
Select Rib from the Features toolbar or Insert > Features > Rib from the Insert menu.
Customize the PropertyManager settings.
Press the OK button.
The different types of ribs in solidworks are:
Ribs in a single plane
Ribs in a single plane with fillets
Ribs in two planes with fillets
Ribs in three planes with fillets
Ribs are typically used to improve the strength of a part. They are also used to reduce weight and increase rigidity.
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