What is Sketcher Workbench?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

 The sketch is a 2D profile that is utilized to make 3D models. To start making 3D models one normally begin with a 2D sketch. Sketches are made in the Sketcher Workbench utilizing wireframe components (i.e., lines, curves, circles, and so forth). The Sketcher Workbench is utilized to make 2D geometries planned for use in the Part Design Workbench and different workbenches. Generally a 2D geometry is viewed as the beginning stage for most CAD models – a basic 2D sketch can be ‘expelled’ into a 3D shape, promote 2D sketches can be utilized to make pockets in the surface of this shape and draws can be utilized to characterize ‘cushions’ (expulsions) on the surface of 3D objects.

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