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Surface Modeling

Tech tips, tutorials, and best practices for Surface Modeling from the Javelin technical team

Surface Modeling in SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKS Reverse Engineering – Surface Modeling and the Legacy Part Problem – Part 2

In the previous blog, SOLIDWORKS Reverse Engineering – Surface Modeling and the Legacy Part Problem – Part 1 we explored…

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Ridged Knob – Finished Part

SOLIDWORKS Reverse Engineering – Surface Modeling and the Legacy Part Problem – Part 1

Reverse Engineering is a problem many companies face. TriMech offers powerful tools, such as 3D scanners, to make the job…

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SOLIDWORKS Surfacing Tips

TriMech Tips & Tricks: SOLIDWORKS Surfacing

Surfacing in SOLIDWORKS desktop software is a powerful and useful concept. If you are interested in learning about the latest…

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Create a solid from an enclosed volume using the SOLIDWORKS Thicken command

The Thicken feature has a hidden option you may not be aware of! If you do any amount of surfacing…

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Solving SOLIDWORKS surfacing challenges when designing a Golf Club head [VIDEO]

Since I’m pretty terrible at golfing, I’ve decided that designing a golf club head with SOLIDWORKS will make it easier for…

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SOLIDWORKS Boundary Surface

SOLIDWORKS Boundary Surface Fillet [VIDEO]

In this tech tip video, I show how to use a SOLIDWORKS Boundary Surface to manually build a high quality curvature…

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SOLIDWORKS Surfacing Techniques: Embossing on Non-Planar Faces

This post originates from a discussion I had with students in my SOLIDWORKS Essentials training course a few months ago….

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