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Solidworks swept cut is features tool, mainly used to cut a solid model or part by sweeping a completely closed profile along an open or closed path. To use swept cut, you should need a closed profile and open or closed path, which may be line, helix, and circle, rectangular or arc etc. A swept cut is a type of cut where the surface of the soil is removed in front of the line to be cut without digging.The objective of sweeping cuts is to make it easy for water or other liquid to flow through, while maintaining the ground surface. It can also prevent erosion that would otherwise occur when materials are scraped away.

Sweeping a cut in Solidworks is a simple procedure that can be done with a few basic tools. The procedure begins by locating the edge of the object that you want to create the cut on. Then, select the tool called Sweep. This will automatically select all of the edges from one end of this object to another. The last step is to click on start sweeping and your cut will be created. In order to create a sweep, you must remember some quick steps:1.Open a part that has either a closed profile sketch and a sketch path, or a part with a sketch line, edge or curve on the model that you can specify as a path. For a solid profile, open a part that has a tool body as the profile and a sketch path to follow. 2.Click Swept Cut .

1.Type SWEEP and press ENTER. 2.Select object to sweep and press ENTER. 3.Select SWEEP path.

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