The Adaptive Sweep I’ve made using a custom sketch that connects one i can clear my basic concept of sweep command in gsd in catia V5. in sweep command there is one more command adaptive sweep that i m asking about. As stated above, adaptive swept surface is a little different than those Or even you can create a new CATIA part and then switch between . Use non-connex elements from sketch in 3d–CATIA V5In “Tips n Tricks(CAT)”.

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What’s with my Adaptive Sweep in Catia?

You can select a Spine if you want it to be different from the guiding curve. Selecting a Reference Surface is optional. It is the surface on which the guiding curve lies, and is used to define the axis system in which the swept surface is created. Indeed one of the axes H or V is defined as tangent to the reference surface.

Select the Sketch to be swept along the guiding curve Sketch.

Where Can the ADAPTIVE SWEEP Tool Be Advantageous Over SWEEP in CATIA V5?

An axis-system is displayed defining the plane in which the first section is created. The axis system is positioned normal to the reference surface. We advise you to create the input sketch directly cattia the Adaptive Sweep command in order to benefit from the automatic positioning of the sketch, and thus improve the robustness of the adaptive sweep.

Select the end point of the guiding curve to create another section. Adxptive Sweep sections preview to have a quick wireframe preview of the adaptive sweep surface. Create a section here: A new point is dropped on the guide curve with the corresponding ratio.

If the guide curve cqtia closed, the created point is a 3D coordinates point. You can move the manipulator along the guide curve to visualize the parameters evolution. Show all wweep constraints: The list in the Sections tab is automatically updated with: Click or choose the Remove Section contextual menu, to delete a section from the swept surface. The first section cannot be deleted.

Click or choose the Rename Section contextual menu, to give a new – more explicit – name to any user section. When using this option, at least one section must be activated to cagia the sweep, otherwise an error is displayed. Set the Deviation value: Check Angular correction to smooth the sweeping motion along the reference surface. This may be necessary when small discontinuities are detected with regards to the spine tangency or the reference surface’s normal.

The smoothing is done for any discontinuity which angular deviation is smaller than 0. By default, the angular correction is set to 0. Click Preview to preview adaltive swept surface:.


Click the Parents tab to display the elements making up the sweep.

Click the Parameters tab to display and redefine the constraints on a given section. In this case, the Sketch Creation for Adaptive Sweep dialog box is displayed, and allows you to define the construction elements for a new sketch in relation to existing geometry:.

Select a point, used to position the sketch on the guiding sweep, as well as the origin of the sketch.

Here we created a point on cattia guiding curve Point. If needed, select construction elements another guiding curve, support surfaces, and so forth. Aadptive a boundary adaptivs an adjacent surface as a constraining element when creating the sketch. Impose more sections along the guiding curve Decrease the discretization step value adaptige better define the sweeping along the guiding curve. This task shows how to create swept surfaces that use an implicit profile and its constraints along a guiding curve.

These swept surfaces are created based on sections along the guiding curve and constraints that can be specified for each of these sections. The implicit profile is a sketch and as such supports the creation of associative sketch elements over multi-cell surfaces. This allows, when creating the swept surface, to impose a constraint over a multi-cell surface that is used as a construction element.

When designing the profile to be swept, keep in mind that the constraints imposed on the sketched profile affect the resulting swept surface. For instance, with the apparently similar sketch only its construction differs, but there is a coincidence constraint between the sketch extremity adaprive the point on the guiding curve you can obtain the following results: Sketch based on the point no coincidence constraint, but a geometric superimposition.

Sketch based on the point as the intersection of the sketch and the guiding curve. Similarly, it is best to use angle constraints rather than tangency or perpendicularity constraints, to avoid changes in the sketch orientation as it is swept along the guiding curve.

In some cases, with tangency or perpendicularity constraints, the sketch may be inverted and lead to unsatisfactory results. The Adaptive Sweep Definition dialog box appears. If no guiding curve already exists, use the contextual menu in the Guiding Curve field to create, either a line, or a boundary. You can now contextually create a reference surface using the commands available when right-clicking the Reference Surface field. In our example, may you wish to define a reference surface, select the xy plane.

Otherwise the mean plane is used as default. Afaptive you choose a boundary as the guiding curve, catiq reference surface automatically is the surface to which the boundary belongs. You can de-select a reference surface using the Clear Selection contextual menu on the Reference Surface field. Three contextual menu items cxtia available on the manipulators: You can select one of the parents from the list and clickor choose the Replaces Parent contextual item to choose a new parent for the swept surface.


The Parent field becomes current and is filled in with the parent to be replaced. Contextual commands are available on this field. Once you have selected the guiding curve, you can select an existing sketch or create one by clicking either or selecting the Xatia Sketch contextual item on the Sketch field to start the sketcher within the adaptive sweep context.

In this case, the Sketch Creation for Adaptive Sweep dialog box is displayed, and allows you to define the construction elements for a new sketch in relation to existing geometry: Therefore, if you modify the swept surface, the sketch is automatically updated. It xatia available if a point is selected and if the point is on the guiding curve. The system automatically loads the Sketcher workbench, and provided the correct option is active, sets the sketch plane parallel to the screen.

You addaptive then define a new sketch. Once you exit the Sketcher by clickingyou return to the adaptive sweep command after the sketch selection, as described above in step 5. sweeo

In this case, would you want to exit the Adaptive Sweep command, after having created the sketch using the Create Sketch contextual menu, yet retain the sketch itself, simply press the To cancel the command but keep the sketch button in the Adaptive Sweep dialog box. You also have the possibility to create your sketch using the Sketcher workbench before entering the Adaptive Sweep command, although it is advised to create it directly in the context of the Adaptive Sweep command.

In this case, when you select the 3D construction elements, please be careful to select them directly. Relimitating the Swept Surface. The Relimitation tab enables you to create a multi-sections swept surface using a closed guide. It lets you specify the relimitation type. You can choose to limit the swept surface only on the start section, only on the end section, on both, or on none. The swept surface can be closed, if: To avoid unsatisfactory surface quality such as gaps between surfaces for example, you can perform one of the following:.

The selection of the boundary allows a better topological splitting, and therefore better quality for the created surface.