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Hi everyone. I recently received a question from one of my YouTube viewers regarding a basic
surface design questions. Here is the question:
"I've used the 3D sketch tool to create 2 joined triangles. One is on the top plane, and the
other is on the front plane. The two triangles share a line. I want to convert them into two
triangle surfaces. How can I do this?"
Let's figure this out! While for intermediate users of SolidWorks this is an easybreezy task, for
newcomers this question provides an opportunity to explain and demonstrate some of the structural
thinking that needs to underpin your geometry when you're working with surfaces, and hence a
great question for my SolidWorks tutorials for beginners questions & answers.
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