Hi All,

Is there anyone else here having problems doing complex surfacing?


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Chris Panes
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Hi there,

Have had multitude of problems in the past but seem to have most complex stuff under control now - what are you trying to do, if you post your problem there are loads of people here who will help!

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Lee Bazalgette

Isn't that kind of like asking "how do you tell if a lawyer is lying"? If his lips are moving, he's lying. If you're doing complex surfaces in SolidWorks, you're having problems. If you're Ed Eaton or Paul Salvador, then you quickly find workarounds for your problems. If you're me, you're frustrated and looking at other software.

Jerry Steiger Tripod Data Systems "take the garbage out, dear"

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Jerry Steiger

Hey Jerry,

From what I saw of your surface designing a while ago, you did a very good job in SW! But I agree, SW surfacing seems to be more about workarounds sometimes and the rebuild times, inconsistences, failures and with associative parts can be a bear!


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Paul Salvador

Or.... how do you tell if a salesman is fishing?

It looks like a lead-in to a sales pitch. I looked at the website ? they sell VX software. No mention of SW anywhere. So my first impression is that it is a loaded question.

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