is this made by HAND or on some auto tangent
Thanks a lot! I will check it out bit later...
That's a leftover from previous tries. Sometimes the sharp corners create self intersections of the sweep which make the sweep fail. You can move it back to the outside and report back if it works or not.
I removed coincidences and created tangents whereever the looked tangent. I only left those untouched which had a clearly visible angle.There are few differences, they are almost identical!
How did you make it?
Which principles did you use?
Because the geometric kernel cannot handle them properly, I would guess it's due to some kind of rounding issue.I cannot understand why the tangentiality is very important...
I used Sketcher. With Box selection I select one of the angent looking connections. The connection show green. While watching the solver message use Delete key to remove the coincidence. The number of degrees of freedom (DOF) raises by two. Now box select the same point again - this selects both endpoints - and apply a tangency constraint. The number of DOF decreases by 3.pl7i92LCNC wrote: ↑Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:43 amis this made by HAND or on some auto tangent
can you give us NOOB a quick advice on how you did that what WB path modified to a sketch or ....
I try to avoid this situation by either not having such sharp corners (radius of bends should exceed thickness of the sweep section) or I place the section appropriately.