I'm learning creo by following model tree of completed prt file example.
I have some questions about sweep cut function,
<ㅡㅡ Top view of a button (Example file)
<ㅡㅡ Bottom(inner) view of a button above.(sweep cut)
ㅡㅡ> Upper blue colored chain is a trajectory curve which is chosen in Example file.
ㅡㅡ> Orange colored line is a cross-section profile which is selected in Example file.
Descriptions below are what I've done.
# I made datum plane above top plane and projected trajectory(blue colored chain in above picture) too.
# After that, I activated sweep, and selected a trajectory above.
# I sketched cross-section view same with above picture.
# Finally, I completed sweep cut, and error message occurred saying that 'One side edge detected.'
In this situation, What should I do?
What is the cause of this failure?
Plz help me...
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Hi Woo, welcome to the community.
It's hard to tell what's happening without seeing the feature tree or the references in the sweep sketch, but when I look at your last picture I see an open ended sketch. This OK to have, but that sketch, when swept, doesn't create a surface which fully intersects with the solid geometry you're trying to cut. So Creo can't make a solid cut.
I reproduced one of the "buttons" in your model. In my sweep sketch I added a horizontal line which creates the top surface of the cut. How do you terminate the end of that curve since is needs to change length as it's swept? I created an axis which runs through the center of the button and constrained the end of that horizontal line to that axis. This sketch forms a surface which fully intersects the solid geometry and Creo is able to make the cut.
I'm not sure why you get that one-sided edge error. If I saw your feature tree and the sketch references, that would help.