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*Dennis Jeffrey
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Interesting Shell Feature - IV 2010 SP1

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09-13-2009 09:55 AM
Check out the Wall thickness. Sweep profile should be perpendicular to
the Helical Curve.
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Re: Interesting Shell Feature - IV 2010 SP1

09-16-2009 02:11 AM in reply to: *Dennis Jeffrey
It is really reproducible in R2010 SP1 and logged as # 1254347. But there is an easy way to accomplish it. Please sketch a circle on the end planar face with radius "0.03-0.001"inch and then create sweep with this circle and helix to cut it, which should work fine.

Thanks,
River
Thanks,
River Cai

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*Dennis Jeffrey
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Re: Interesting Shell Feature - IV 2010 SP1

09-16-2009 07:41 AM in reply to: *Dennis Jeffrey
I know that... This is a failure of the Shell command, not the Sweep
command.
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