Building Complex Geometry with SOLIDWORKS
SolidProfessor - Sam Sanchez | June 2, 2015 | Comment
Modeling using surface tools can be very helpful when you need to create complex geometry. In the video above, we demonstrate how you can design an icosahedron using SOLIDWORKS surface tools. These techniques can be used for a variety of other complex geometric designs.
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Sam Sanchez is an Applications Engineer with SolidProfessor and a CSWP. Sanchez is an alumni of UC San Diego, and in her free time enjoys 3D printing and hanging out with her dog Ruby. You can see more training videos on a wide range of CAD, CAM & BIM topics at www.solidprofessor.com.
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