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Solidworks, surface knit.

In the Solidworks facility helps us create a 3D solid, namely surface knit.
Knit Surface tool is used to combine two or more faces or surfaces into one.
Below the surface edge must be adjacent and non-overlapping (overlapping).
The position of the surface does not need to be in the same plane.
Try to choose an adjacent surface.
Click knit solid when the solid surface or solid form.
Select Merge to merge the entities face the same basic geometry.
Choose Gap Control to view or modify the tolerance gap knitting.












To make the surface follow langkah2 knit follows:
Click on the toolbar Surface Surface Knit, or click Insert, Surface, Knit.
In the PropertyManager,
Select the surfaces of adjacent surfaces, non-intersecting
Select faces or surfaces to be in Knit.
Select Try to form solid to create a solid model of a closed surface.
Select Merge to merge the entities face the same basic geometry.
Select the face to knit
Select Control Gap to see some edge gaps as possible, and to view or edit the tolerance limits or gaps.
See Knitting tolerance, make modifications if necessary.
Click OK.








































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