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Converting from 2D into 3D

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This is a simple example how to convert a 2D design into 3D model using SolidWorks. This process is valid using software like Inventor, SolidEdge, Pro-E.

This is a simple example how to convert a 2D design into 3D model using SolidWorks. This process is valid using software like Inventor, SolidEdge, Pro-E.

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  • 1. PRESENT:LEARNING TO CONVERT FROM 2D TO 3DUSING SolidWorks®LEVEL: MEDIUM
  • 2. HOUSING2D TO 3DTHIS WILL BE THEFINAL MODEL
  • 3. AutoCAD 2D DrawingWe select all lines (wecan apply AutoCAD filteroption) and CTRL-C
  • 4. In SolidWorks, we use Ctrl-V (Paste)and create blocksBlock1-1Block3-1Block4-1 Block2-1(4) Four block created inSW (Front, side, sectionA-A and section B-B)
  • 5. Insert Block3-1 on“Front Plane”Insert Block4-1 on“Right Plane”
  • 6. Sketch using “convertentities” optionExtrudes the sketch asshown
  • 7. Sketch using “convertentities” optionCut-Extrudes the sketchas shown
  • 8. Use same technique:• Sketch using “convertentities” option• Extrude or Cut-Extrude
  • 9. Mirror for flange Cut-ExtrudeCut-ExtrudeInternal Cut-Extrude
  • 10. Working on the internal cavity
  • 11. Mainly, we use holewizard positioning theholes based on theblock-sketch
  • 12. Creating oil feedFinishing the base
  • 13. Adding filletsTo finish the internalcavity, use same technique:• Sketch using “convertentities” option• Extrude or Cut-ExtrudeCut-Extrude
  • 14. Creating the extension for bottom bolts (4 places)Create the sketch in themiddle plane using “convertentities” option.Extrude as shownFor the another side wehave three options:-Mirror features or-Array features or-Extrude the sketch and youwill see the “sketch37” witha hand, this means, thesketch is shared.This is a sharedsketchWe use this option
  • 15. Finally, we have a3D detailed model.
  • 16. 3D MODEL 3D RENDERED MODEL
  • 17. Conclusion.• Convert from 2D into 3D is easy as per we saw in thispresentation only if your 2D source drawing is done correctly.• It is not necessary convert everything. You take your modelsthat you really need to convert.• If you need to insert a model in an assembly to checkdimensions, position, interference, etc., then it is notnecessary to create a detailed model.• You can apply this procedure using others 3D softwares.If you need more detailed information, please contact us: training@viencad.ca

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