New Boundary Surface Video

January 3, 2007 12 Comments »
New Boundary Surface Video

SpoonMark Biasotti has posted a really nice Boundary Surface Video Tutorial.  If you use surfacing at all, I highly recommend you check it out.  With Mark’s permission, I have made the model available for download here.

In the tutorial, Mark shows how powerful adding connectors can be within the Boundary Surface feature itself.  This is something I will definitely consider more in the future.

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  • Ken

    Hello. I am Ken coming from Hong Kong. I was educated in Computer aided engineering and I have been working engineering industry for six years. it is the first time I reach your kindly Blog and I used to fall in love with solidworks before. Because my job which didn't need me to model the product(nearly all the modelling process has been moved in China…). So I stopped to develop my modelling skill for long long time…. Since I re-reach the soildwork offical web site, it is a shock for me that the soildwork2007 have been developed such crazy powerful. I tried to catch up the most updated model function inside soildwork. I found that the surface modelling have been greatly imporved (I remember that soildworks wasn't that powerful comparing with Pro-E in surface modelling).After I tried to use soildworks 2007. I found a bit refuse to detemine which surface modelling funtions should I use. (Sweep, loft, buondary suface, fill)
    The reason why I found difficult I used to learn in the CAD lesson…firstly we should know which kind of gemoetry could be satisfy to specific modelling function. Just like we provide 1 section with 1 or more guide curves then we can use “sweep”. Providing 2 indicated sections we should use “loft” and so on…. In soildwork 2007, the software have added many powerful options into a single function that make me confuse to determine which is the best function I can use. Is it possible to generate a simple table of function selection (just like what entity needed ,option selection and outcome) to show the user to learn about it?
    Beside, I found another power function is COSMOS(FEA). would you like to provide some tip in this blog?
    Best Wish and I would frequently read your kindly Blog.

  • Ken

    Hello. I am Ken coming from Hong Kong. I was educated in Computer aided engineering and I have been working engineering industry for six years. it is the first time I reach your kindly Blog and I used to fall in love with solidworks before. Because my job which didn’t need me to model the product(nearly all the modelling process has been moved in China…). So I stopped to develop my modelling skill for long long time…. Since I re-reach the soildwork offical web site, it is a shock for me that the soildwork2007 have been developed such crazy powerful. I tried to catch up the most updated model function inside soildwork. I found that the surface modelling have been greatly imporved (I remember that soildworks wasn’t that powerful comparing with Pro-E in surface modelling).After I tried to use soildworks 2007. I found a bit refuse to detemine which surface modelling funtions should I use. (Sweep, loft, buondary suface, fill)
    The reason why I found difficult I used to learn in the CAD lesson…firstly we should know which kind of gemoetry could be satisfy to specific modelling function. Just like we provide 1 section with 1 or more guide curves then we can use “sweep”. Providing 2 indicated sections we should use “loft” and so on…. In soildwork 2007, the software have added many powerful options into a single function that make me confuse to determine which is the best function I can use. Is it possible to generate a simple table of function selection (just like what entity needed ,option selection and outcome) to show the user to learn about it?
    Beside, I found another power function is COSMOS(FEA). would you like to provide some tip in this blog?
    Best Wish and I would frequently read your kindly Blog.

  • Hey great video link! I created a quick design of my own based on what I learned from the video, check out http://www.marksmedia.co.uk. Great blog site here Ricky!

  • Hey great video link! I created a quick design of my own based on what I learned from the video, check out http://www.marksmedia.co.uk. Great blog site here Ricky!

  • John

    why is there a crease up the middle of the top of the spoon. Can you not set the surf perpendicular to the mirror plane?

  • John

    why is there a crease up the middle of the top of the spoon. Can you not set the surf perpendicular to the mirror plane?

  • (ag)

    hey, thanks for posting this tutorial.
    it's so hard to find any good tutorials on the web. i know it's because people want to make a buck giving classes on these things. well, this little snippet showed me such a different approach to surface modeling that i think i will prolly take some classes now. see how that works out so nice! thanks again.

  • (ag)

    hey, thanks for posting this tutorial.
    it’s so hard to find any good tutorials on the web. i know it’s because people want to make a buck giving classes on these things. well, this little snippet showed me such a different approach to surface modeling that i think i will prolly take some classes now. see how that works out so nice! thanks again.

  • Great video tutorials. nice piece of work with lot of useful information…it helps thank

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