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T Spline Solidworks 23: A Guide to Creating Smooth and Complex Curves


T Spline Solidworks 23: A Guide to Creating Smooth and Complex Curves




If you are looking for a way to create smooth and complex curves in your SOLIDWORKS sketches, you might want to try using T splines. T splines are a type of spline that are based on Bézier curves, which are widely used in computer graphics and animation. T splines have several advantages over traditional B-splines, such as:


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  • They have only one span between the endpoints, which means they are easier to control and modify.



  • They can achieve curvature continuity, which means they can create smooth transitions between adjacent curves.



  • They can be constrained and dimensioned using the same tools as other sketch entities.



  • They can be mirrored and symmetrized using the same tools as other sketch entities.




In this article, we will show you how to use T splines in SOLIDWORKS 23, and how to apply them to various design scenarios.


How to Create T Splines in SOLIDWORKS 23




To create a T spline in SOLIDWORKS 23, you need to use the Style Spline tool, which is available in both 2D and 3D sketches. Here are the steps to follow:



  • Open a new sketch on any plane or face.



  • Click Style Spline on the Sketch toolbar, or go to Tools > Sketch Entities > Style Spline.



  • Click on the sketch to place the first control vertex of the T spline. A control vertex is a point that defines the shape of the curve.



  • Click on the sketch to place more control vertices. You can place as many as you want, but keep in mind that more vertices mean more complexity.



  • Double-click or press Esc to finish the T spline. A control polygon will appear around the curve, connecting the control vertices. You can drag the control vertices or the control polygon segments to adjust the shape of the curve.




You can also edit the T spline after creating it by selecting it and using the PropertyManager. Here you can change the degree of the curve, which affects its smoothness, and toggle between open and closed curves. You can also add or delete control vertices by right-clicking on them and choosing Add Vertex or Delete Vertex.


How to Use T Splines in SOLIDWORKS 23




T splines can be used for various purposes in SOLIDWORKS 23, such as creating organic shapes, logos, text, and more. Here are some examples of how to use T splines in different design scenarios:


Creating Organic Shapes




T splines are ideal for creating organic shapes, such as animals, plants, or human faces. To create an organic shape using T splines, you need to sketch the outline of the shape using multiple T splines, and then use the Boundary Surface or Lofted Surface tools to create a surface from them. For example, here is how to create a dolphin shape using T splines:



  • Create a new part and open a sketch on the Front Plane.



  • Use the Style Spline tool to sketch the outline of the dolphin's body, tail, and fins. Use as few control vertices as possible to keep the curves smooth.



  • Exit the sketch and open a new sketch on the Top Plane.



  • Use the Style Spline tool to sketch the outline of the dolphin's head and mouth. Make sure that the endpoints of the curves match with those on the Front Plane sketch.



  • Exit the sketch and go to Insert > Surface > Boundary Surface.



  • Select both sketches as Direction 1 Curves and click OK. A surface will be created from the T splines.



  • You can add more details to the dolphin shape by using other surface tools, such as Trim Surface, Fillet Surface, or Thicken Surface.



Creating Logos




T splines can also be used to create logos, such as the SOLIDWORKS logo itself. To create a logo using T splines, you need to sketch the shape of the logo using one or more T splines, and then use the Extruded Boss/Base or Extruded Cut tools to create a solid or a cut from them. For example, here is how to create the SOLIDWORKS logo using T splines:


  • Create a new part and open a sketch on the Front Plane.



  • Use the Style Spline tool to sketch the letter S shape. Use four control vertices and adjust them to create a smooth curve.



  • Use the Style Spline tool again to sketch the letter W shape. Use six control vertices and adjust them to create a smooth curve.



  • Use the Style Spline tool one more time to sketch the letter K shape. Use five control vertices and adjust them to create a smooth curve.



  • Exit the sketch and go to Insert > Boss/Base > Extrude.



  • Set the Direction 1 Blind distance to 10 mm and click OK. A solid will be created from the T splines.



  • You can add more details to the logo by using other features, such as Chamfer, Fillet, or Pattern.



Creating Text




T splines can also be used to create text, such as your name or a slogan. To create text using T splines, you need to sketch the shape of each letter using one or more T splines, and then use the Extruded Boss/Base or Extruded Cut tools to create a solid or a cut from them. For example, here is how to create the word "BING" using T splines:


  • Create a new part and open a sketch on the Front Plane.



  • Use the Style Spline tool to sketch the letter B shape. Use five control vertices and adjust them to create a smooth curve.



  • Use the Style Spline tool again to sketch the letter I shape. Use two control vertices and adjust them to create a straight line.



  • Use the Style Spline tool one more time to sketch the letter N shape. Use four control vertices and adjust them to create a smooth curve.



  • Use the Style Spline tool once more to sketch the letter G shape. Use six control vertices and adjust them to create a smooth curve.



  • Exit the sketch and go to Insert > Boss/Base > Extrude.



  • Set the Direction 1 Blind distance to 10 mm and click OK. A solid will be created from the T splines.



  • You can add more details to the text by using other features, such as Chamfer, Fillet, or Pattern.



I hope this article has helped you understand how to use T splines in SOLIDWORKS 23. T splines are a powerful and versatile tool that can help you create smooth and complex curves in your sketches. You can use them for various purposes, such as creating organic shapes, logos, text, and more. Try experimenting with different shapes and degrees of T splines and see what you can create! I have already written an HTML article for the keyword "t spline solidworks 23". There is nothing more to write. If you want to learn more about T splines, you can visit the [SOLIDWORKS Help] or watch some [YouTube tutorials]. Thank you for using Bing. ? : : I have already written an HTML article for the keyword "t spline solidworks 23". There is nothing more to write. If you want to learn more about T splines, you can visit the [SOLIDWORKS Help] or watch some [YouTube tutorials]. Thank you for using Bing. ? : :


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