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Version 5 Release 7 June 2001

FOR-CAT-E-GSD-FD-V5R7

 

Knob

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Step 1: Creating the Wireframe Geometry

 

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Step 2: Creating the Basic Surfaces

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Step 3: Performing Operations the Basic Surfaces

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Step 4: Analyzing and Modifying the draft angle

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Step

5:

Offsetting

a solid

 

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Wireframe Recapitulation Exercise

 

21

Surface Recapitulation Exercise

25

Operation

Recapitulation Exercise

34

Advanced

Tasks Recapitulation Exercise

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Plastic

Bottle

 

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Step 1: Bottle Bottom Creation

 

58

Step 2: Bottle Body Creation

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Step 3: Bottleneck

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Step 4: Assemble the three bodies

132

Step 5 : Create the Bottleneck Screw

148

Space Mouse Base Solution

161

Step 1: Create the Filleted

161

Step 2: Create the surfacic elements

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Step 3: Sew the surface on the

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Step 4: Create the

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Step 5: Split the solid with an imported

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Step 6: Shell the created

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Step 7: Create the Shaft

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Step 8: Create the Holes and

182

Step 9: Assemble a new

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Designing the Lemon Squeezer

201

Step 1: Completing the wireframe elements

201

Step

2:

Creating

the basic surfaces

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Step 3: Creating a blend surface with coupling and adding the handle

210

Step

4:

Creating

filtering

holes

219

Load the part called knob_start.CATPart from the ’’Companion’’ and save the part in the Students

Load the part called knob_start.CATPart from the ’’Companion’’ and save the part in the Students directory.

1. You are going to create first profile not using the sketcher, working on support.
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You are going to create first profile not using the sketcher, working on support. First switch to the
WIREFRAME Open body (Define in Work Object option in the contextual menu).
a.
Click on the icon
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b.
Select the plane.
c.
Click OK to confirm.
d.
Click the circle icon to create the first profile on the predefined support
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e.
Select the center and radius type and Part Arc circle limitation.
f.
Create the center point “on the fly” clicking the Center Point field:
g.
Select the “coordinates” point type and key in X=0, Y=0 and Z=0.

h. Key in the radius 64mm, the start angle 90deg and the end angle 0deg:

64mm, the start angle – 90deg and the end angle 0deg: i. Click OK to confirm

i. Click OK to confirm the first profile creation.

j. Exit the Work On Support mode deleting the working support in the specification tree:

mode deleting the working support in the specification tree: 2. You are going to create second
mode deleting the working support in the specification tree: 2. You are going to create second

2. You are going to create second profile not using the sketcher, working on support.

a. Click on the icon

b. Select the plane.

c. Click OK to confirm.

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d. Click the circle icon to create the first profile on the predefined support

e. Select the center and radius type and Part Arc circle limitation.

f. Create the center point on the flyclicking the Center Point field:

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type and Part Arc circle limitation. f. Create the center point “ on the fly ”

g. Select the “coordinates” point type and key in X=30, Y=50 and Z=0. h. Key
g.
Select the “coordinates” point type and key in X=30, Y=50 and Z=0.
h.
Key in the radius 20mm, the start angle 190deg and the end angle 260deg:
i.
Click OK to confirm the second profile creation.
j.
Delete the support in the tree.

3. You will now create the third profile using the sketcher.

a. S elect the icon

profile using the sketcher. a. S … elect the icon b. Select the line icon and

b. Select the line icon

a. S … elect the icon b. Select the line icon and select the YZ plane.

and select the YZ plane.

and draw this line with its constraints:

icon and select the YZ plane. and draw this line with its constraints: c. Exit the

c. Exit the sketcher. The third profile is created.

1. You are going to create two extruded surfaces. . a. Click on the icon

1. You are going to create two extruded surfaces.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the profile 1 and key in these parameters:

icon b. Select the profile 1 and key in these parameters: c. Click OK to confirm
icon b. Select the profile 1 and key in these parameters: c. Click OK to confirm

c. Click OK to confirm the first surface creation.

d. Click on the icon

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e. Select the profile 2 and key in these parameters:

e. Select the profile 2 and key in these parameters: f. Click OK to confirm the

f. Click OK to confirm the first surface creation.

2. You are going to create the revolution surface.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the third profile and key in these parameters (axis: vertical axis of the sketch):

key in these parameters (axis: vertical axis of the sketch): c. Click OK to confirm. All

c. Click OK to confirm. All the basic surfaces are created.

1. You are going to trim the first extruded surface and the revolution surface.

a. Click on the icon

are created. 1. You are going to trim the first extruded surface and the revolution surface.

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b. Select the first extruded surface and the revolution surface:

the first extruded surface and the revolution surface: c. Using the “ Other side element 1

c. Using the Other side element 1and Other side element 2button, aim to obtain this:

“ Other side element 2 ” button, aim to obtain this: d. Click OK to confirm

d. Click OK to confirm the trim creation.

2. You are going to split the second extruded surface with the previously created trim.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the extruded surface as element to cut, and the trim as cutting element.

c. Playing with the Other sidebutton, aim to obtain this:

with the “ Other side ” button, aim to obtain this: d. Click OK to confirm

d. Click OK to confirm the split creation.

3. You are going to extrapolate the previously created split surface.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the split surface lower boundary.

c. Select the split surface.

d. Select the up to elementextrapolation type.

e. Select the trim surface and activate the Assemble resultbutton:

surface and activate the “ Assemble result ” button: f. Click OK to confirm the extrapolate

f. Click OK to confirm the extrapolate creation.

4. You are going to extrapolate the previously created extrapolate surface.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the extrapolated surface higher boundary.

c. Select the split surface.

d. Select the up to elementextrapolation type.

e. Select the trim surface and activate the Assemble resultbutton:

surface and activate the “ Assemble result ” button: f. Click OK to confirm the second

f. Click OK to confirm the second extrapolated surface creation.

5. You are going to trim the previously created extrapolate surface with the first created trim surface.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the last created extrapolated surface and the first created trim.

c. Using the Other side element 1and Other side element 2button, aim to obtain this:

“ Other side element 2 ” button, aim to obtain this: d. Click OK to confirm.

d. Click OK to confirm.

6. You are going to create a variable filet on the previously created trim.

a. Click on the icon

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b. Select this edge and key in the radius 10mm:

b. Select this edge and key in the radius 10mm: c. Double-click on the left radius

c. Double-click on the left radius value and key in 20mm:

c. Double-click on the left radius value and key in 20mm: d. Click OK to confirm.

d. Click OK to confirm. You get this:

the left radius value and key in 20mm: d. Click OK to confirm. You get this:

e. Click OK to confirm the fillet creation:

7. You are going to create an edge filet on the previously created surface. .

7. You are going to create an edge filet on the previously created surface.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select this edge and key in the radius 5mm:

. a. Click on the icon b. Select this edge and key in the radius 5mm:

c. Click OK to confirm the fillet creation:

8. You are going to create the symmetric surface and join the two surfaces. .

8. You are going to create the symmetric surface and join the two surfaces.

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a. Click on the icon

b. Select the previously created surface as element to symmetrize and the YZ plane as reference:

as element to symmetrize and the YZ plane as reference: c. Click OK to confirm. .

c. Click OK to confirm.

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d. Click on the icon

e. Select the EdgeFillet.2 surface and the Symmetry.1 surface.

f. Click OK to confirm the join operation.

9. You are going to create the symmetric surface from the previous join and join the two surfaces.

a. Click on the icon

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b. Select the previously created join as element to symmetrize and the ZX plane as reference:

join as element to symmetrize and the ZX plane as reference: c. Click OK to confirm.

c. Click OK to confirm.

and the ZX plane as reference: c. Click OK to confirm. d. Click on the icon

d. Click on the icon

e. Click OK to confirm the join creation.

and select the Join.1 surface and the Symmetry.2 surface.

The operations on the surfaces are all performed. You should get this:

on the surfaces are all performed. You should get this: 1. You are going to analyze

1. You are going to analyze the draft.

a. Click on the icon

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b. Change to the customized view mode:

c. Select the Join.2.

You are going to analyze the draft. a. Click on the icon . b. Change to

d. Change the draft values to obtain:

d. Change the draft values to obtain: e. Close the draft analysis color bar. 2. Then
d. Change the draft values to obtain: e. Close the draft analysis color bar. 2. Then
d. Change the draft values to obtain: e. Close the draft analysis color bar. 2. Then

e. Close the draft analysis color bar.

2. Then modify the draft angle.

a. Double click on the Sketch.1 in the tree: you get in the sketch.

b. Modify the line inclination from 90deg into 86deg:

a. Double click on the Sketch.1 in the tree: you get in the sketch. b. Modify

c. Exit the sketch. The part is automatically updated:

c. Exit the sketch. The part is automatically updated: 1. You are going to create a

1. You are going to create a solid from the previously created surface.

a. Select Start / Mechanical Design / Part Design.

surface. a. Select Start / Mechanical Design / Part Design. b. Select the Join.2. c. Select

b. Select the Join.2.

c. Select the Thick Surface icon

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d. Verify the Thick arrows pointing inward as shown below:

d. Verify the Thick arrows pointing inward as shown below: e. Key in 4mm in the

e. Key in 4mm in the First Offset Value field.

f. Click OK to confirm the solid creation.

g. Hide the Open Body containing all the surface elements.

g. Hide the Open Body containing all the surface elements. 2. Then you are going to

2. Then you are going to split the solid to make its bottom face plane.

a. Change the visualization mode to Wireframe:

a. Change the visualization mode to Wireframe: b. Select the left view icon: c. Zoom on

b. Select the left view icon:

mode to Wireframe: b. Select the left view icon: c. Zoom on the left bottom to

mode to Wireframe: b. Select the left view icon: c. Zoom on the left bottom to

c. Zoom on the left bottom to check that the bottom of the part is no more plane.

on the left bottom to check that the bottom of the part is no more plane.

d. Come back to a Shading visualization mode.

e. Put the XY plane in a ‘’ Show ’’ mode. f. Select the split

e. Put the XY plane in a ‘’Show’’ mode.

f. Select the split icon.

in a ‘’ Show ’’ mode. f. Select the split icon. g. Select the XY plane

g. Select the XY plane as Splitting element.

h. Click OK to confirm the split creation.

3. Now, apply a material on the thick surface:

a. Select the Apply Material icon.

on the thick surface: a. Select the Apply Material icon. b. Select the Rubber material under

b. Select the Rubber material under the ‘‘other’’ tab of the material library.

c. Drag and drop it on the knob, click on OK to confirm.

c. Drag and drop it on the knob, click on OK to confirm.

c. Drag and drop it on the knob, click on OK to confirm.

Load the part called wireframe_recap_begin.CATPart from the ’’Companion’’ and save the part in the Students directory.

’’ and save the part in the Students directory. 1. First you are going to create

1.

First you are going to create a maximum Z extremum on the left curve.

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a. Click on the Extremum icon

b. The Extremum Definition Dialog box is opened, select the Maximum option.

c. Select the Spline.1

d. Select the XY plane as Direction or Z axis by opening a contextual menu in the Direction field.

c. Select the Spline.1 d. Select the XY plane as Direction or Z axis by opening

e. Click OK to confirm the Z extremum creation.

e. Click OK to confirm the Z extremum creation. 2. You are going to create a

2. You are going to create a minimum Z extremum on the right curve.

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a. Click on the Extremum icon

b. The Extremum Definition Dialog box is opened, select the Maximum option.

c. Select the Sketch.1.

d. Select the XY plane as Direction or Z axis by opening a contextual menu in the Direction field.

Z axis by opening a contextual menu in the Direction field. e. Click OK to confirm

e. Click OK to confirm the Z minimum creation.

field. e. Click OK to confirm the Z minimum creation. 3. You are going to Create

3. You are going to Create a Connect Curve using the Extremums.

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a. Click on the Connect Curve icon

b. Select the Spline.1 and the Extremum.1 to define the first curve.

c. Select the Sketch.1 and the Extremum.2 to define the second curve.

the Sketch.1 and the Extremum.2 to define the second curve. d. Click on the second curve

d. Click on the second curve arrow to orientate it this way:

curve. d. Click on the second curve arrow to orientate it this way: e. Click OK

e. Click OK to confirm the connect curve creation.

Load the part called surface_recap_begin.CATPart from the ’’Companion’’ and save the part in the Students directory.

’’ and save the part in the Students directory. 1. First you are going to Offset

1. First you are going to Offset 7 surfaces (1 mm.) from the inside of the Solid Clamp.

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a. Double Click on the Offset icon

b. In the Offset Surface Definition dialog box enter an Offset value of 1mm.

c. Select the first surface as shown

an Offset value of 1mm. c. Select the first surface as shown d. Click on OK

d. Click on OK to confirm the Offset surface creation.

e. As you have double clicked on the icon, the Offset function is still active.Select the other six surfaces with the same method.

f. Once you have created the seven surfaces clcik on the cancel button to deactivate

f. Once you have created the seven surfaces clcik on the cancel button to deactivate

f. Once you have created the seven surfaces clcik on the cancel button to deactivate the function.

2. You are going to create a blend surface to close off the Offset Surfaces.

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a. Click on the icon

b. The Extremum Definition Dialog box is opened, select the Maximum option.

c. Select the edges and the support surfaces as shown below.

d. Click OK to confirm the blend creation.

d. Click OK to confirm the blend creation.

d. Click OK to confirm the blend creation.

3. You are going to Insert a JOIN operation to assemble all the Offset surfaces

3. You are going to Insert a JOIN operation to assemble all the Offset surfaces and the Blend surface into one single surface.

a. Multi select the seven Offsets and the created blend. b. Click on the Join
a.
Multi select the seven Offsets and the created blend.
b.
Click on the Join icon
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c.
All the pre-selected objects are added to the join list. Click on OK to confirm the Join creation.

4. You are going to Extract a Boundary Curve from this JOIN surface. . a.

4. You are going to Extract a Boundary Curve from this JOIN surface.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select an edge of the Join as shown below.

a. Select the icon b. Select an edge of the Join as shown below. c. Click

c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary curve creation.

5. You are going to Create a Sweep Surface using the circular section curve (Output1)

5. You are going to Create a Sweep Surface using the circular section curve (Output1) per parameters on the right.

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a. Click on the sweep icon

b. In the Swept Surface Definition dialog box choose a and Subtype.

Surface Definition dialog box choose a and Subtype. c. Select the Output1 circle as Guide curve1

c. Select the Output1 circle as Guide curve1 and the Output1-Plane as Reference surface.

d. Key in – 88 degrees as Angle value and 100mm as Length 1 e.

d. Key in 88 degrees as Angle value and 100mm as Length 1

d. Key in – 88 degrees as Angle value and 100mm as Length 1 e. Click

e. Click on OK to confirm the Swept Surface creation.

6. You are going to create a Loft tangent to the Join and the Sweep

6. You are going to create a Loft tangent to the Join and the Sweep surfaces

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the as first Section and the as tangent surface.

the as first Section and the as tangent surface. c. Select the as second section and
the as first Section and the as tangent surface. c. Select the as second section and

c. Select the as second section and the as tangent surface. Check that the two profiles are in the same direction.

d. Click OK to confirm the loft creation.

d. Click OK to confirm the loft creation.

d. Click OK to confirm the loft creation.

Load the part called dolphin_begin.CATPart from the ’’Companion’’ and save the part in the Students directory.

’’ and save the part in the Students directory. 1. a. Select Tools / Options. First
1. a. Select Tools / Options.
1.
a. Select Tools / Options.

First you are going to change the Units to inches.

b. Select in the left tree of the Option dialog box.

c. Under the Units tab, select the Length parameter and change the units to inch

c. Under the Units tab, select the Length parameter and change the units to inch (in) in the combo box.

and change the units to inch (in) in the combo box. d. Select OK to validate.

d. Select OK to validate.

2. Create a Face-Face Fillet (Radius 0.9 in)

a. Select the Face-Face Fillet icon.

Fillet (Radius 0.9 in) a. Select the Face-Face Fillet icon. b. Select the face of the

b. Select the face of the first upper fin as shown.

c. Select the face of the second upper fin as shown, change the radius fillet

c. Select the face of the second upper fin as shown, change the radius fillet value if necessary.

fin as shown, change the radius fillet value if necessary. d. Click on OK to confirm

d. Click on OK to confirm the Fillet creation.

if necessary. d. Click on OK to confirm the Fillet creation. 3. Trim this fillet with
if necessary. d. Click on OK to confirm the Fillet creation. 3. Trim this fillet with

3. Trim this fillet with all the side fins.

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a. Click on the Trim icon

b. Select the created fillet.

c. Select side fins. d. Change the sides to cut. e. Click on OK to

c. Select side fins.

c. Select side fins. d. Change the sides to cut. e. Click on OK to confirm

d. Change the sides to cut.

c. Select side fins. d. Change the sides to cut. e. Click on OK to confirm
c. Select side fins. d. Change the sides to cut. e. Click on OK to confirm

e. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation

4. Create two Variable Fillets. a. Select the icon. b. Select the edges as shown.

4. Create two Variable Fillets.

a. Select the icon.

4. Create two Variable Fillets. a. Select the icon. b. Select the edges as shown. c.
4. Create two Variable Fillets. a. Select the icon. b. Select the edges as shown. c.

b. Select the edges as shown.

a. Select the icon. b. Select the edges as shown. c. Double click on the bottom

c. Double click on the bottom value to open the constraint editor.

d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top
d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top
d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top
d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top

d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK

d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top radius
d. Change the value to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top radius

e. Select the Top radius valueby a double click

to 0.1 in then click on OK e. Select the Top radius valueby a double click

f. Change its value to 0.03 in, then click OK

g. Redo the same operations for the second edge. h. Click on OK to confirm

g. Redo the same operations for the second edge.

g. Redo the same operations for the second edge. h. Click on OK to confirm the

h. Click on OK to confirm the Fillet creation.

5. Create Tri-Tangent Fillets for the four side fins. a. Click on the tri-tangent fillet

5. Create Tri-Tangent Fillets for the four side fins.

a. Click on the tri-tangent fillet icon.

the four side fins. a. Click on the tri-tangent fillet icon. b. Select an top face
the four side fins. a. Click on the tri-tangent fillet icon. b. Select an top face

b. Select an top face of a fin as shown

the tri-tangent fillet icon. b. Select an top face of a fin as shown c. Select

c. Select the bottom face of the corresponding fin.

d. Select the side face to remove. e. Click OK to confirm the Fillet creation

d. Select the side face to remove.

d. Select the side face to remove. e. Click OK to confirm the Fillet creation f.

e. Click OK to confirm the Fillet creation

Select the side face to remove. e. Click OK to confirm the Fillet creation f. Redo

f. Redo the same operations for the other fins

6. Create a Shape Fillet with the nose and the Body. a. Select the Shape

6. Create a Shape Fillet with the nose and the Body.

a. Select the Shape Fillet icon.

with the nose and the Body. a. Select the Shape Fillet icon. b. Select the Nose.

b. Select the Nose.

with the nose and the Body. a. Select the Shape Fillet icon. b. Select the Nose.
with the nose and the Body. a. Select the Shape Fillet icon. b. Select the Nose.

c. Select the previously created fillet.

d. Change the direction of the fillet center. e. Check the Trim support elements option

d. Change the direction of the fillet center. e. Check the Trim support elements option

d. Change the direction of the fillet center.

d. Change the direction of the fillet center. e. Check the Trim support elements option and
d. Change the direction of the fillet center. e. Check the Trim support elements option and

e. Check the Trim support elements option and click on OK to confirm the fillet creation.

option and click on OK to confirm the fillet creation. 7. Create Edge Fillets between the

7. Create Edge Fillets between the Body and the front side fins.

a. Select the Edge Fillet icon.

b. Select the edges as shown. c. Change the Radius value to 0.25 in. d.

b. Select the edges as shown.

b. Select the edges as shown. c. Change the Radius value to 0.25 in. d. Click

c. Change the Radius value to 0.25 in.

b. Select the edges as shown. c. Change the Radius value to 0.25 in. d. Click

d. Click on OK to confirm the Fillet creation.

Load the part called dolphin_begin.CATPart from the ’’Companion’’ and save the part in the Students directory.

’’ and save the part in the Students directory. 1. Create a Group ‘’ Surface Model

1. Create a Group ‘’Surface Model’’ leaving out the sketches

a. Open a Contextual menu on the and choose

b. Click inside the Inputs field then multi-select the six sketches. c. Rename the Group

b. Click inside the Inputs field then multi-select the six sketches.

b. Click inside the Inputs field then multi-select the six sketches. c. Rename the Group as

c. Rename the Group as ‘’Surface_Model’’.

d. Click on the OK button to confirm the Group creation. 2. Rename the sketches,

d. Click on the OK button to confirm the Group creation.

d. Click on the OK button to confirm the Group creation. 2. Rename the sketches, change

2. Rename the sketches, change the color and thickness.

a. Select all the Sketches and show them.

b. Select all the sketches and edit their properties.

b. Select all the sketches and edit their properties.

c. In the properties dialog box, select the Graphic tab then change the Color and

c. In the properties dialog box, select the Graphic tab then change the Color and Thickness of Lines and Curves as shown below.

d. Click on OK to confirm. e. Select the Sketch.1 and edit its properties.

d. Click on OK to confirm.

d. Click on OK to confirm. e. Select the Sketch.1 and edit its properties.

e. Select the Sketch.1 and edit its properties.

f. Select the Feature Properties tab and rename it as Body.

f. Select the Feature Properties tab and rename it as Body.

g. Click on OK to confirm. h. Redo the same operation for the other sketches

g. Click on OK to confirm.

g. Click on OK to confirm. h. Redo the same operation for the other sketches to

h. Redo the same operation for the other sketches to obtain a tree as shown below.

3. Change the Front_Top_Fin sketch. a. Double click on the Front_Top_fin sketch b. Inside the

3. Change the Front_Top_Fin sketch.

a. Double click on the Front_Top_fin sketch

sketch. a. Double click on the Front_Top_fin sketch b. Inside the Sketch seletc the top right

b. Inside the Sketch seletc the top right contol point.

click on the Front_Top_fin sketch b. Inside the Sketch seletc the top right contol point. c.

c. Drag it as shown below.

d. Exit the Sketcher. e. Update the part if the update mode is not on

d. Exit the Sketcher.

d. Exit the Sketcher. e. Update the part if the update mode is not on automatic.

e. Update the part if the update mode is not on automatic.

d. Exit the Sketcher. e. Update the part if the update mode is not on automatic.

1. Insert a New Open Body

a. Select in the Menu bar.

1. Insert a New Open Body a. Select in the Menu bar. b. Select in the

b. Select in the Insert Menu.

c. Click on in the Insert Open Body dialog box. 2. Select the created Open
c. Click on in the Insert Open Body dialog box. 2. Select the created Open
c. Click on in the Insert Open Body dialog box. 2. Select the created Open

c. Click on in the Insert Open Body dialog box.

c. Click on in the Insert Open Body dialog box. 2. Select the created Open Body

2. Select the created Open Body in the tree and edit its properties.

3. Under the tab rename the Open Body as . 4. Create the Intersection Point.

3. Under the tab rename the Open Body as .

3. Under the tab rename the Open Body as . 4. Create the Intersection Point. Select
3. Under the tab rename the Open Body as . 4. Create the Intersection Point. Select

4. Create the Intersection Point.

rename the Open Body as . 4. Create the Intersection Point. Select the icon. a. b.

Select the icon.

a.

rename the Open Body as . 4. Create the Intersection Point. Select the icon. a. b.

b. Select the as first element

c. Select the as second element. d. Click on to confirm the point creation. 5.

c. Select the as second element.

c. Select the as second element. d. Click on to confirm the point creation. 5. Create

d. Click on to confirm the point creation.

Select the as second element. d. Click on to confirm the point creation. 5. Create the

5. Create the arc.

a. Select the icon.

b. Select the as support. c. Select the icon. d. Choose ‘ as Circle type.

b. Select the as support.

b. Select the as support. c. Select the icon. d. Choose ‘ as Circle type. e.

c. Select the icon.

b. Select the as support. c. Select the icon. d. Choose ‘ as Circle type. e.

d. Choose as Circle type.

c. Select the icon. d. Choose ‘ as Circle type. e. Open a contextual menu in

e. Open a contextual menu in the Center field and choose

e. Open a contextual menu in the Center field and choose f. In the Point Definition

f. In the Point Definition dialog box select a type, complete the fields as shown below then click on OK to confirm.

g. Once you have created the center point, choose the as point then enter .

g. Once you have created the center point, choose the as point then enter .

the center point, choose the as point then enter . h. Click on to confirm the

h. Click on to confirm the circle creation.

6. Create two bi tangent lines

a.

Select the icon.

b.

Choose ‘’On plane‘’ as point type, then complete the other fields as shown below.

c. Select the Symmetry icon. d. Select the Point.2 (the point you have just created)

c. Select the Symmetry icon.

c. Select the Symmetry icon. d. Select the Point.2 (the point you have just created) as

d. Select the Point.2 (the point you have just created) as element to symmetrize and Intersect.1 as Reference axis.

as element to symmetrize and Intersect.1 as Reference axis. 7. Double Click the icon . a.

7. Double Click the icon

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a. Choose as Lin type.

b. Select the Circle.2 and Point.2 as tangent elements. Select BiTangent as tangency type. c.

b. Select the Circle.2 and Point.2 as tangent elements. Select BiTangent as tangency type.

Circle.2 and Point.2 as tangent elements. Select BiTangent as tangency type. c. Click on OK to

c. Click on OK to confirm the line creation.

d. Select the Circle.2 and Symmetry.1 as tangent elements. Select BiTangent as tangency type.

d. Select the Circle.2 and Symmetry.1 as tangent elements. Select BiTangent as tangency type.

e. Click on OK to confirm the line creation. 8. Trim the lines and the

e. Click on OK to confirm the line creation.

8. Trim the lines and the circle.

a. Select the icon.

8. Trim the lines and the circle. a. Select the icon. b. Select the Circle.2 and

b. Select the Circle.2 and Line.1 as elements to trim and choose the side to keep as shown below.

9. Redo the same operation with the Line.2 and the created Trim.1 10. Select the

9. Redo the same operation with the Line.2 and the created Trim.1

the same operation with the Line.2 and the created Trim.1 10. Select the work on Support

10. Select the work on Support icon.

and the created Trim.1 10. Select the work on Support icon. 11. Click on Remove support

11. Click on Remove support to deactivate the work on support mode.

created Trim.1 10. Select the work on Support icon. 11. Click on Remove support to deactivate

12. Create the two symmetric planes.

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a. Select the plane icon

b. Choose Angle/Normal to plane as type.

the plane icon b. Choose Angle/Normal to plane as type. c. Select the YZ plane as

c. Select the YZ plane as reference and the Intersect.1 as rotation axis.

YZ plane as reference and the Intersect.1 as rotation axis. d. Enter 36 degrees as angle.

d. Enter 36 degrees as angle. Click on OK to confirm the creation.

13. Select the Symmetry icon. Select the created Plane.4 as element and the YZ plane

13. Select the Symmetry icon.

13. Select the Symmetry icon. Select the created Plane.4 as element and the YZ plane as

Select the created Plane.4 as element and the YZ plane as reference. Click on OK to confirm the creation.

YZ plane as reference. Click on OK to confirm the creation. 14. Create an explicit Sweep.

14. Create an explicit Sweep.

a. Select the icon.

Click on OK to confirm the creation. 14. Create an explicit Sweep. a. Select the icon.

b. Select the icon.

c. Select the as profile. d. Select the as guide curve.

c. Select the as profile.

c. Select the as profile. d. Select the as guide curve.

d. Select the as guide curve.

e. Click on to confirm the Sweep creation.

e. Click on to confirm the Sweep creation.

15. Create an revolved surface. a. Select the icon. b. Select the as profile.

15. Create an revolved surface.

a. Select the icon.

15. Create an revolved surface. a. Select the icon. b. Select the as profile.

b. Select the as profile.

c. Select the as revolution axis and (90deg ; 90 deg) as Start and End

c. Select the as revolution axis and (90deg ; 90 deg) as Start and End angles. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation.

16. Assemble the created surfaces. a. Select the icon. b. Select the and the you

16. Assemble the created surfaces.

a. Select the icon.

16. Assemble the created surfaces. a. Select the icon. b. Select the and the you have

b. Select the and the you have just created and keep the sides as shown below.

c. Click on to confirm the Trim creation.

c. Click on to confirm the Trim creation.

c. Click on to confirm the Trim creation.

17. Create the variable fillet.

a. Select the Variable Radius Fillet icon.

variable fillet. a. Select the Variable Radius Fillet icon. b. Select the 7 edges and enter

b. Select the 7 edges and enter the radiuses as shown below.

b. Select the 7 edges and enter the radiuses as shown below. c. Click on to
b. Select the 7 edges and enter the radiuses as shown below. c. Click on to

c. Click on to confirm the fillet creation.

shown below. c. Click on to confirm the fillet creation. 18. Create the complete bottom. a.

18. Create the complete bottom.

a. Select the icon then the EdgeFillet.1 you have just created and the Plane.4 and keep the

side as shown.

b. Redo the same operation with the Plane Symmetry.2

b. Redo the same operation with the Plane Symmetry.2

c. Click on to confirm the Split creation. d. Select the icon then the you

c. Click on to confirm the Split creation.

c. Click on to confirm the Split creation. d. Select the icon then the you have
c. Click on to confirm the Split creation. d. Select the icon then the you have

d. Select the icon then the you have just created as element. Select as axis and enter as angle. Check the option. Click on .

e. Enter 3 for the number of instances in the Object Repetition dialog box. f.

e. Enter 3 for the number of instances in the Object Repetition dialog box.

e. Enter 3 for the number of instances in the Object Repetition dialog box. f. Click

f. Click on OK to confirm.

19. Select the Join icon the Split.2 and all the rotated instances. 20. Rename the

19. Select the Join icon the Split.2 and all the rotated instances.

19. Select the Join icon the Split.2 and all the rotated instances. 20. Rename the Join
19. Select the Join icon the Split.2 and all the rotated instances. 20. Rename the Join

20. Rename the Join as

1. Insert a new Open Body. 2. Edit the Properties of the new Open body

1. Insert a new Open Body.

1. Insert a new Open Body. 2. Edit the Properties of the new Open body then

2. Edit the Properties of the new Open body then under the Feature Properties tab rename it as .

a new Open Body. 2. Edit the Properties of the new Open body then under the

3. Double Click the icon. a. Select the as Curve. Select the as Support. Enter

3. Double Click the icon.

3. Double Click the icon. a. Select the as Curve. Select the as Support. Enter an

a. Select the as Curve. Select the as Support. Enter an Offset value of . Click on OK to confirm.

Enter an Offset value of . Click on OK to confirm. b. Redo the same operation

b. Redo the same operation with the same entities but in the Reverse direction.

c. Click on OK to confirm. 4. Select the as Curve. Select the as Support.

c. Click on OK to confirm.

c. Click on OK to confirm. 4. Select the as Curve. Select the as Support. Enter

4. Select the as Curve. Select the as Support. Enter an Offset value of

5. Click on OK to confirm, then on Cancel to deactivate the Parallel Curve function.

5. Click on OK to confirm, then on Cancel to deactivate the Parallel Curve function.

5. Click on OK to confirm, then on Cancel to deactivate the Parallel Curve function.

6. Double Click the icon.

6. Double Click the icon. a. Select the as first Curve and the as second curve

a. Select the as first Curve and the as second curve as shown below.

as first Curve and the as second curve as shown below. b. Click on to confirm.

b. Click on to confirm.

as second curve as shown below. b. Click on to confirm. c. Redo the same operation

c. Redo the same operation with second parallel curve (Parallel.2)

7. Create another combined curve between the . and the . 8. Click on to

7. Create another combined curve between the . and the .

Create another combined curve between the . and the . 8. Click on to confirm, then

8. Click on to confirm, then on Cancel to deactivate the function.

9. Create a sweep surface on the combined curves. . a. Select the Sweep icon

9. Create a sweep surface on the combined curves.

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a. Select the Sweep icon

b. Select Circular Implicit Swept surface type and Three guides subtype.

c. Select the three combined curves as Guide curves. d. Click on to confirm.

c. Select the three combined curves as Guide curves.

c. Select the three combined curves as Guide curves. d. Click on to confirm.

d. Click on to confirm.

10. Create three instances of the swept surface using a Translate. . a. Select the

10. Create three instances of the swept surface using a Translate.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the (the sweep you have just created) as Element and the Z axis as direction.

have just created) as Element and the Z axis as direction. c. Open a contextual menu

c. Open a contextual menu in the Distance field then choose Edit formula.

d. In the formula Editor dialog box, select the formula field. In the tree select
d. In the formula Editor dialog box, select the formula field. In the tree select

d. In the formula Editor dialog box, select the formula field. In the tree select the parameter under the feature, then key in after the inserted string. Click on OK.

then key in after the inserted string. Click on OK. e. The distance formula has been

e. The distance formula has been added in the Translate definiton dialog box and a preview of the result is displayed.

definiton dialog box and a preview of the result is displayed. f. Check the Repeat object

f. Check the Repeat object after OK option and click on OK.

g. Enter 2 as number of instances in the Object Repetition dialog box. h. Click

g. Enter 2 as number of instances in the Object Repetition dialog box.

g. Enter 2 as number of instances in the Object Repetition dialog box. h. Click on

h. Click on OK to confirm.

11. Join the created surfaces. a. Multi select the Sweep.2 and all the created translated

11. Join the created surfaces.

a. Multi select the Sweep.2 and all the created translated surfaces.

select the Sweep.2 and all the created translated surfaces. b. Select the icon. c. Click on

b. Select the icon.

the Sweep.2 and all the created translated surfaces. b. Select the icon. c. Click on OK

c. Click on OK to confirm the Join creation

12. Create a Revolve surface using the Sketch.3 . a. Select the Revolve icon b.
12. Create a Revolve surface using the Sketch.3 . a. Select the Revolve icon b.

12. Create a Revolve surface using the Sketch.3

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a. Select the Revolve icon

b. Select the Sketch.3 as profile.

c. Select the Intersect.1 as Revolution axis.

c. Select the Intersect.1 as Revolution axis.

d. Enter (180 deg ; 180 deg) as angular limits. e. Click on OK to

d. Enter (180 deg ; 180 deg) as angular limits.

d. Enter (180 deg ; 180 deg) as angular limits. e. Click on OK to confirm.

e. Click on OK to confirm.

13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon
13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon
13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon
13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon
13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon
13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon
13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join. . a. Select the icon

13. Trim the created revolved surface with the previous Join.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the as surfaces to trim.

c. Configurate the trim using ‘’ Other side of element ’’ button to obtain:
c. Configurate the trim using ‘’ Other side of element ’’ button to obtain:
c. Configurate the trim using ‘’ Other side of element ’’ button to obtain:
c. Configurate the trim using ‘’ Other side of element ’’ button to obtain:

c. Configurate the trim using ‘’Other side of element’’ button to obtain:

d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the

d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation.

d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created
d. Click on OK to confirm the Trim creation. 14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created

14. Create a EdgeFillet on the created Trim.

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a. Select the icon

b. Enter 2mm as Radius, select Tangency as Propagation type, then check the Trim option. Select the 8 edges as shown below.

type, then check the Trim option. Select the 8 edges as shown below. c. Click on
type, then check the Trim option. Select the 8 edges as shown below. c. Click on
type, then check the Trim option. Select the 8 edges as shown below. c. Click on
type, then check the Trim option. Select the 8 edges as shown below. c. Click on
type, then check the Trim option. Select the 8 edges as shown below. c. Click on

c. Click on OK to confirm the Fillet creation.

d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’ Bottle_Body ’’
d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’ Bottle_Body ’’
d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’ Bottle_Body ’’
d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’ Bottle_Body ’’
d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’ Bottle_Body ’’
d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’ Bottle_Body ’’

d. Rename the created fillet as ‘’Bottle_Body’’

1. Insert a new Open Body.

1. Insert a new Open Body.

2. Edit the Properties of the new Open Body then under the Feature Properties tab
2. Edit the Properties of the new Open Body then under the Feature Properties tab

2. Edit the Properties of the new Open Body then under the Feature Properties tab rename it as Bottleneck.

Body then under the Feature Properties tab rename it as Bottleneck. 3. Create the point between
Body then under the Feature Properties tab rename it as Bottleneck. 3. Create the point between

3. Create the point between and the parallel plane.

a. Select the icon b. Select as Point type then select the as first point

a. Select the icon

b. Select as Point type then select the as first point as second point. Enter a of then click on OK.

point as second point. Enter a of then click on OK. 4. Select the icon a.

4. Select the icon

Enter a of then click on OK. 4. Select the icon a. Select plane type. Select

a. Select plane type. Select the as and the just created as . Click on to confirm the point creation.

5. Create the Sketch.5 a. Select the icon b. Select the ZX plane as sketch

5. Create the Sketch.5

a.

Select the icon

a. Select the icon

b.

Select the ZX plane as sketch support

c.

Draw on the fly the following profile.

d. Select the icon e. Select the Center of the lower arc then the point,

d. Select the icon

d. Select the icon e. Select the Center of the lower arc then the point, open

e. Select the Center of the lower arc then the point, open a contextual menu then choose a coincidence constraint.

f. Put a constraint between the lower point of the first arc and the .

f. Put a constraint between the lower point of the first arc and the .

constraint between the lower point of the first arc and the . g. Continue the sketch

g. Continue the sketch putting the following dimensions.

h. Exit the Sketcher.

h. Exit the Sketcher.

6. Create the Extremums. a. Select the icon b. Select a Maximum type, the just

6. Create the Extremums.

a. Select the icon

6. Create the Extremums. a. Select the icon b. Select a Maximum type, the just created

b. Select a Maximum type, the just created as element and the Z axis as direction. Click on OK to confirm the point creation.

c. Create the minimum extremum on the same profile. d. Click on OK to confirm

c. Create the minimum extremum on the same profile.

c. Create the minimum extremum on the same profile. d. Click on OK to confirm the

d. Click on OK to confirm the point creation.

7. Create a Revolution surface with the sketch. a. Select the icon . b. Select

7. Create a Revolution surface with the sketch.

a.

Select the icon

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b.

Select the as and the as .

c. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation. 8. Create a Boundary on the

c. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation.

c. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation. 8. Create a Boundary on the Revolution

8. Create a Boundary on the Revolution surface.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the lower edge of the Revolution surface as shown below.

c. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation 9. Create a Point on the
c. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation 9. Create a Point on the

c. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation

c. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation 9. Create a Point on the Boundary.

9.

Create a Point on the Boundary.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select On curve as point type. Select the Boundary as curve. Enter a Ratio of 0.125 of the boundary length from the Extremum.2 as reference.

c. Click on OK to confirm the point creation. 10. Create an Extruded surface from

c. Click on OK to confirm the point creation.

10. Create an Extruded surface from the Circle.1 curve.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the as profile and the Z axis as direction. Enter a first limit of 12 mm

as profile and the Z axis as direction. Enter a first limit of 12 mm c.

c. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation.

11. Create the boundary of the extruded surface. . a. Select the icon b. Select
11. Create the boundary of the extruded surface. . a. Select the icon b. Select
11. Create the boundary of the extruded surface. . a. Select the icon b. Select

11. Create the boundary of the extruded surface.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the upper edge of the extrude.1 surface.

c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation. 12. Create the intermediate circle. .
c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation. 12. Create the intermediate circle. .
c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation. 12. Create the intermediate circle. .

c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation.

c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation. 12. Create the intermediate circle. . a.
c. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation. 12. Create the intermediate circle. . a.

12. Create the intermediate circle.

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a. Select the icon

b. Choose Center and radius as Circle type. Select the Point.3 as center, the Plane.5 as Support and enter a radius of 35mm.

c. Click on OK to confirm the circle creation. 13. Create the projected points. .

c. Click on OK to confirm the circle creation.

13. Create the projected points.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the as and the you have just created as then click on .

and the you have just created as then click on . c. Redo the same operation

c. Redo the same operation to create a projected point on the Boundary.2

d. Click on OK to confirm the point creation. 14. Create the Loft. . a.

d. Click on OK to confirm the point creation.

d. Click on OK to confirm the point creation. 14. Create the Loft. . a. Select

14. Create the Loft.

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a. Select the icon

b. Select the as first section then the surface as tangent and the as Closing point.

c. Select the as second section then the as Closing point.

d. Select the as third section then the surface as tangent and the as Closing point.

e. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation.

e. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation.

e. Click on OK to confirm the surface creation.

15. Create two lines on the loft.

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a. Select the icon

b. Choose as Line type. Select the as curve and the as Support. Select the as Starting Point. Enter as Angle and as End length. Check the option.

Starting Point. Enter as Angle and as End length. Check the option. c. Click on OK

c. Click on OK to confirm the line creation.

d. Create a line with same characteristics but starting from the

d. Create a line with same characteristics but starting from the

d. Create a line with same characteristics but starting from the

e. Click on OK to confirm the Line creation.

e. Click on OK to confirm the Line creation. 16. Create two Boundaries limited by the
e. Click on OK to confirm the Line creation. 16. Create two Boundaries limited by the
e. Click on OK to confirm the Line creation. 16. Create two Boundaries limited by the
e. Click on OK to confirm the Line creation. 16. Create two Boundaries limited by the

16. Create two Boundaries limited by the two lines.

a.

Hide the two previous boundary curves.

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b.

Select the Boundary icon

c.

Select the lower edge of the revolution surface then relimit the boundary with the two previous lines.

revolution surface then relimit the boundary with the two previous lines. d. Click on OK to

d. Click on OK to confirm the Boundary creation.

revolution surface then relimit the boundary with the two previous lines. d. Click on OK to
revolution surface then relimit the boundary with the two previous lines. d. Click on OK to
revolution surface then relimit the boundary with the two previous lines. d. Click on OK to

e. Redo the same operation with upper edge of the Extruded surface.

the same operation with upper edge of the Extruded surface. f. Click on OK to confirm
the same operation with upper edge of the Extruded surface. f. Click on OK to confirm
the same operation with upper edge of the Extruded surface. f. Click on OK to confirm

f. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation.

surface. f. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation. 17. Create a Fill surface with
surface. f. Click on OK to confirm the boundary creation. 17. Create a Fill surface with

17. Create a Fill surface with the created lines.

18. Hide the Loft.

a Fill surface with the created lines. 18. Hide the Loft. 19. Select the Fill surface

19. Select the Fill surface icon