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Helix/Spiral PropertyManager

Helix only.) Creates a helix with a constant pitch...Helix only.) Creates a helix with a pitch that varies based on the region parameters you specify in the table below

Parts and Features > Features > Curves > Helix and Spiral

Creating a Helix or Spiral

Click Helix and Spiral (Curves toolbar) or Insert > Curve > Helix/Spiral...

Parts and Features > Features > Curves > Helix and Spiral

Helix and Spiral

You can create a helix or spiral curve in a part...The helix and the sweep profile are on the neck of the bottle

Parts and Features > Features > Curves

Thread PropertyManager

Terminates the helix a specific number of revolutions from the starting location, taking into account any offset...Rotates the helix by a set number of degrees

Parts and Features > Features > Thread

Swept Cut PropertyManager

Note how Solid Sweep handles a tool body following a helix path...The tool body remains parallel to the end face as it follows the helix path along the cylinder

Parts and Features > Features > Sweeps

Glossary

A helix can be used, for example, as a path for a swept feature cutting threads in a bolt...A flat or 2D helix, defined by a circle, pitch, and number of revolutions

Glossary  >  Glossary

General Attributes and Limitations of Library Features

Include a helix feature within a library feature...You can add these curves as library features: helix, spiral, and composite curve

Parts and Features > Features > Library Features

Creating a Bidirectional Sweep

In the PropertyManager, under Profile and Path, click Sketch Profile and do the following: In the flyout FeatureManager design tree, select Sketch8 for Profile and select Helix/Spiral1 for Path

Parts and Features > Features > Sweeps > Creating Sweep Features

Curves

Helix and Spiral

Parts and Features > Features

Reuse Absorbed Reference Curves

Projected curves, composite curves, curves through XYZ points, curves through reference points, helixes, and spirals cannot be absorbed by a feature

Parts and Features > Features > Curves

Coincident Mate

A single-entity curve such as an arc, spline, or helix

Assemblies > Mates > Types of Mates > Standard Mates

Distance Mate

A single-entity curve such as an arc, spline, or helix

Assemblies > Mates > Types of Mates > Standard Mates