User Interface
SolidWorks Fundamentals
Moving from 2D to 3D
SolidWorks Costing
Design Checker
Design Studies in SolidWorks
Detailing and Drawings
Import and Export
Model Display
Mold Design
Motion Studies
Parts and Features
Sheet Metal
Comparing Sheet Metal Design Methods
Using Sheet Metal Tools
Using Forming Tools with Sheet Metal
Converting Solid Bodies to Sheet Metal
Sheet Metal Parts
Multibody Sheet Metal Parts
Creating Multibody Sheet Metal Parts
Using Sheet Metal Commands to Create Multibody Parts
Using a Base Flange to Add a Body
Using Convert to Sheet Metal to Add a Body
Using Insert Bends to Add a Body
Using Lofted Bends to Add a Body
Splitting Sheet Metal Parts
Inserting a Part to Create a Multibody Sheet Metal Part
Duplicating Bodies in Sheet Metal Parts
Overriding Parent Sheet Metal Parameters
Controlling Gauge Table Settings
Accessing Features in Multibody Parts
Merging Sheet Metal Bodies
Using Sheet Metal Bend Parameters
Sustainability Products
SolidWorks Utilities
Workgroup PDM
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Using Lofted Bends to Add a Body

To add a body to a sheet metal part using Lofted Bends:

  1. In a sheet metal part, draw two open profile sketches.

  2. Click Lofted Bends (Sheet Metal toolbar) or Insert > Sheet Metal > Lofted Bends .

  3. In the PropertyManager:
    1. For Profiles, select both sketches.
    2. Select the point from which you want the path of the loft to travel.

    3. Click .

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