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Do you have the latest version of this eBook? For this tutorial you need the LearnSolidWorkshere. I often make updates and additions to this book because SolidWorks also keeps changing over the years. You can download the latest version of this book here: Click Here To Download The Blueprint And Latest Version Of This eBook This free SolidWorks tutorial is a complimentary resource. You may distribute (I encourage you to share ! ) this tutorial as a free gift, or post it on your website as long as the content is not changed and it is delivered via this PDF file. It’s not allowed to sell this eBook because I offer it for free on my website. The author and publisher assume no responsibility or liability whatsoever on this materials. © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 3 " id="pdf-obj-2-2" src="pdf-obj-2-2.jpg">

Do you have the latest version of this eBook?

For this tutorial you need the LearnSolidWorks blueprint as reference. When you’ve download this book from the LearnSolidWorks website you already received the blueprint. You can find them in the same Zip file as this book. If you didn’t receive the blueprint you can download this eBook package here.

I often make updates and additions to this book because SolidWorks also keeps changing over the years. You can download the latest version of this book here:

This free SolidWorks tutorial is a complimentary resource. You may distribute (I encourage you to share!) this tutorial as a free gift, or post it on your website as long as the content is not changed and it is delivered via this PDF file. It’s not allowed to sell this eBook because I offer it for free on my website. The author and publisher assume no responsibility or liability whatsoever on this materials.

Do you have the latest version of this eBook? For this tutorial you need the LearnSolidWorkshere. I often make updates and additions to this book because SolidWorks also keeps changing over the years. You can download the latest version of this book here: Click Here To Download The Blueprint And Latest Version Of This eBook This free SolidWorks tutorial is a complimentary resource. You may distribute (I encourage you to share ! ) this tutorial as a free gift, or post it on your website as long as the content is not changed and it is delivered via this PDF file. It’s not allowed to sell this eBook because I offer it for free on my website. The author and publisher assume no responsibility or liability whatsoever on this materials. © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 3 " id="pdf-obj-2-24" src="pdf-obj-2-24.jpg">
About the Author My name is Jan-Willem Zuyderduyn and I am the founder and owner ofSinot Yacht Design as yacht designer. I am currently working as an Industrial Designer for the TSG Group in Eindhoven, the design city of the Netherlands. I am also working as freelance SolidWorks teacher of ”Advanced Surface Modeling 3”. I am specialized in concept design, 3d modeling and visualizations. In 2007 and 2008 I ended in the top 3 of the International SolidWorks Car Design Contest of the Benelux (2007) and Europe (2008). It took me 9 years to learn everything about SolidWorks what I know now. In that time I have been asked many times how to model and render 3D models using SolidWorks. The last few years I’ve written multiple e-books and tutorials about SolidWorks. My goal is to help as many people as I can with learning SolidWorks. That’s why I’ve created the website, LearnSolidWorks.com. (By the way, I am not related or affiliated with SolidWorks in any way) I offer this free eBook because I sell SolidWorks training courses. And there ’ s a good possibility you will get inspired to become a real SolidWorks Pro. So if you find value in the help I give you, you might want to check my premium SolidWorks training where I teach you everything you need to know into becoming a SolidWorks Pro fast. Feel free to share this eBook with your colleagues and friends. Have fun modeling! Jan P.S. Add me on Twitter, and stay up to date with my newest SolidWorks tips, tricks & tutorials: http://twitter.com/LearnSW P.P.S. And Like the LearnSolidWorks Fanpage at Facebook  © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 4 " id="pdf-obj-3-2" src="pdf-obj-3-2.jpg">

About the Author

My name is Jan-Willem Zuyderduyn and I am the founder and owner of LearnSolidWorks.com.

I’ve been working since 2000 with 3d CAD software and

since 2004 with SolidWorks. In that time I’ve learnt a

lot about all the possibilities with SolidWorks.

  • I am graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor Degree in Product

Design & Engineering. I’ve worked for Sinot Yacht Design as yacht designer. I am currently working as an Industrial Designer for the TSG Group in Eindhoven, the design city of the Netherlands.

  • I am also working as freelance SolidWorks teacher of

”Advanced Surface Modeling 3”. I am specialized in

concept design, 3d modeling and visualizations.

About the Author My name is Jan-Willem Zuyderduyn and I am the founder and owner ofSinot Yacht Design as yacht designer. I am currently working as an Industrial Designer for the TSG Group in Eindhoven, the design city of the Netherlands. I am also working as freelance SolidWorks teacher of ”Advanced Surface Modeling 3”. I am specialized in concept design, 3d modeling and visualizations. In 2007 and 2008 I ended in the top 3 of the International SolidWorks Car Design Contest of the Benelux (2007) and Europe (2008). It took me 9 years to learn everything about SolidWorks what I know now. In that time I have been asked many times how to model and render 3D models using SolidWorks. The last few years I’ve written multiple e-books and tutorials about SolidWorks. My goal is to help as many people as I can with learning SolidWorks. That’s why I’ve created the website, LearnSolidWorks.com. (By the way, I am not related or affiliated with SolidWorks in any way) I offer this free eBook because I sell SolidWorks training courses. And there ’ s a good possibility you will get inspired to become a real SolidWorks Pro. So if you find value in the help I give you, you might want to check my premium SolidWorks training where I teach you everything you need to know into becoming a SolidWorks Pro fast. Feel free to share this eBook with your colleagues and friends. Have fun modeling! Jan P.S. Add me on Twitter, and stay up to date with my newest SolidWorks tips, tricks & tutorials: http://twitter.com/LearnSW P.P.S. And Like the LearnSolidWorks Fanpage at Facebook  © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 4 " id="pdf-obj-3-29" src="pdf-obj-3-29.jpg">

In 2007 and 2008 I ended in the top 3 of the International SolidWorks Car Design Contest of the Benelux (2007) and Europe (2008). It took me 9 years to learn everything about SolidWorks what I know now.

In that time I have been asked many times how to model and render 3D models using

SolidWorks. The last few years I’ve written multiple e-books and tutorials about SolidWorks. My goal is to help as many people as I can with learning SolidWorks. That’s why I’ve created

the website, LearnSolidWorks.com. (By the way, I am not related or affiliated with SolidWorks in any way)

  • I offer this free eBook because I sell SolidWorks training courses. And theres a good

possibility you will get inspired to become a real SolidWorks Pro. So if you find value in the help I give you, you might want to check my premium SolidWorks training where I teach you everything you need to know into becoming a SolidWorks Pro fast.

Feel free to share this eBook with your colleagues and friends.

Have fun modeling!

Jan

P.S. Add me on Twitter, and stay up to date with my newest SolidWorks tips, tricks & tutorials: http://twitter.com/LearnSW

P.P.S. And Like the LearnSolidWorks Fanpage at Facebook

How to Model a Double Walled in SolidWorks? A regular coffee glass or cup has aBodum found a solution for this problem. They developed a line of double walled design drinking glasses. The glasses are provided with an insulating air chamber between the inner and outer glass surface. This prevent you for hand burns. It’s also an advantage for cold beverages with hands that are temperature sensitive. Besides the excellent isolation it also looks great when the glass is filled with liquid. I thought it would be nice to show you how to model a double walled drinking glass like the Bodum glass in SolidWorks. In this tutorial you will learn how to use the following functions:  2D sketch  Insert a photo  Change Transparency  Revolve  Fillet  Shell Enjoy it! PhotoView360 visualisation of a double walled glass (and a little bit Photoshop :) © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 5 " id="pdf-obj-4-2" src="pdf-obj-4-2.jpg">

How to Model a Double Walled in SolidWorks?

A regular coffee glass or cup has a handle to prevent you for risking burns. That’s why a normal glass is not suitable for hot coffee. The Danish company Bodum found a solution for this problem. They developed a line of double walled design drinking glasses.

The glasses are provided with an insulating air chamber between the inner and outer glass

surface. This prevent you for hand burns. It’s also an advantage for cold beverages with

hands that are temperature sensitive. Besides the excellent isolation it also looks great when the glass is filled with liquid.

I thought it would be nice to show you how to model a double walled drinking glass like the Bodum glass in SolidWorks.

In this tutorial you will learn how to use the following functions:

2D sketch

Insert a photo

Change Transparency

Revolve

Fillet

Shell

Enjoy it!

How to Model a Double Walled in SolidWorks? A regular coffee glass or cup has aBodum found a solution for this problem. They developed a line of double walled design drinking glasses. The glasses are provided with an insulating air chamber between the inner and outer glass surface. This prevent you for hand burns. It’s also an advantage for cold beverages with hands that are temperature sensitive. Besides the excellent isolation it also looks great when the glass is filled with liquid. I thought it would be nice to show you how to model a double walled drinking glass like the Bodum glass in SolidWorks. In this tutorial you will learn how to use the following functions:  2D sketch  Insert a photo  Change Transparency  Revolve  Fillet  Shell Enjoy it! PhotoView360 visualisation of a double walled glass (and a little bit Photoshop :) © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 5 " id="pdf-obj-4-60" src="pdf-obj-4-60.jpg">

PhotoView360 visualisation of a double walled glass (and a little bit Photoshop :)

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Open a new part with model units set to millimeters

Go to: File > New > Part

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Create a 2D sketch

Select the Front Plane in the feature tree (menu at the left side) and create a

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sketch by clicking on the 2D Sketch icon The display changes so the Front plane faces you.

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Insert a reference photo For this tutorial we use a photo of a Bodum glass tohere and save it into your SolidWorks folder Go to: Tools > Sketch Tools > Sketch Picture Go to your Blueprint folder and select the photo “SIDEVIEW_BODUM_GLASS.Jpg” Click: Open Change the dimensions and position of the photo with the menu as shown in the picture. Select ‘’Full image’’ in the Transparen cy tab and change the transparency into 0.50 Click OK Click at the Sketch button in the upper right corner close the 2D Sketch © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 7 " id="pdf-obj-6-2" src="pdf-obj-6-2.jpg">

Insert a reference photo

For this tutorial we use a photo of a Bodum glass to approach the nice shape as good as possible.

Download the photo here and save it into your SolidWorks folder

Go to: Tools > Sketch Tools > Sketch Picture

Insert a reference photo For this tutorial we use a photo of a Bodum glass tohere and save it into your SolidWorks folder Go to: Tools > Sketch Tools > Sketch Picture Go to your Blueprint folder and select the photo “SIDEVIEW_BODUM_GLASS.Jpg” Click: Open Change the dimensions and position of the photo with the menu as shown in the picture. Select ‘’Full image’’ in the Transparen cy tab and change the transparency into 0.50 Click OK Click at the Sketch button in the upper right corner close the 2D Sketch © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 7 " id="pdf-obj-6-15" src="pdf-obj-6-15.jpg">

Go to your Blueprint folder and select the photo “SIDEVIEW_BODUM_GLASS.Jpg”

Click: Open

Change the dimensions and position of the photo with the menu as shown in the picture.

Select ‘’Full image’’ in the Transparency tab and change the transparency into 0.50

Click OK

Insert a reference photo For this tutorial we use a photo of a Bodum glass tohere and save it into your SolidWorks folder Go to: Tools > Sketch Tools > Sketch Picture Go to your Blueprint folder and select the photo “SIDEVIEW_BODUM_GLASS.Jpg” Click: Open Change the dimensions and position of the photo with the menu as shown in the picture. Select ‘’Full image’’ in the Transparen cy tab and change the transparency into 0.50 Click OK Click at the Sketch button in the upper right corner close the 2D Sketch © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 7 " id="pdf-obj-6-29" src="pdf-obj-6-29.jpg">

Click at the Sketch button in the upper right corner close the 2D Sketch

Insert a reference photo For this tutorial we use a photo of a Bodum glass tohere and save it into your SolidWorks folder Go to: Tools > Sketch Tools > Sketch Picture Go to your Blueprint folder and select the photo “SIDEVIEW_BODUM_GLASS.Jpg” Click: Open Change the dimensions and position of the photo with the menu as shown in the picture. Select ‘’Full image’’ in the Transparen cy tab and change the transparency into 0.50 Click OK Click at the Sketch button in the upper right corner close the 2D Sketch © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 7 " id="pdf-obj-6-33" src="pdf-obj-6-33.jpg">
Insert a reference photo For this tutorial we use a photo of a Bodum glass tohere and save it into your SolidWorks folder Go to: Tools > Sketch Tools > Sketch Picture Go to your Blueprint folder and select the photo “SIDEVIEW_BODUM_GLASS.Jpg” Click: Open Change the dimensions and position of the photo with the menu as shown in the picture. Select ‘’Full image’’ in the Transparen cy tab and change the transparency into 0.50 Click OK Click at the Sketch button in the upper right corner close the 2D Sketch © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 7 " id="pdf-obj-6-35" src="pdf-obj-6-35.jpg">
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Create another 2D sketch

Select the Front Plane again and create another sketch by clicking on the 2D Sketch icon

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Draw two centerlines Go to Tools > Sketch Entities > Centerline or click at the Centerline icon

Draw a vertical centerline that starts at the origin.

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Change the length of the line into 61 mm by clicking at the dimension button

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Draw a horizontal centerline that starts at the upper endpoint of the vertical centerline

Change the length of the line into 26 mm by clicking at the dimension button

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Draw three solid lines Go to Tools > Sketch Entities > Line or click at the Line icon

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Draw the three lines as shown in the picture

Change the lengths of the lines by clicking at the dimension button

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Draw a spline without midpoints

Go to Tools > Sketch Entities > Spline or click at the Spline icon

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Draw a spline as shown in the picture without a midpoint

Right mouse button > Select

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Change the curve of the Spline like the picture

Click at the Top point of the spline > The grey arrows of the Spline appear

Click and drag the round endpoint of the grey arrow as shown in the picture (the orange dot)

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Click at the Lower point of the spline > The grey arrows of the Spline appear

Click and drag the round endpoint of the grey arrow as shown in the picture (the orange dot)

Try to create the curve of the glass as shown in the picture

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Draw a second spline without midpoints

Go to Tools > Sketch Entities > Spline or click at the Spline icon

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Draw a spline as shown in the picture without a midpoint

Right mouse button > Select

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Change the curve of the Spline like the picture

Click at the Top point of the spline > The grey arrows of the Spline appear

Click and drag the round endpoint of the grey arrow as shown in the picture (the orange dot)

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Click at the Lower point of the spline > The grey arrows of the Spline appear

Click and drag the round endpoint of the grey arrow as shown in the picture (the orange dot)

Try to create the curve of the glass as shown in the picture

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Add a tangency relation add the end of the spline

Click at the orange dot as shown in the picture

Select the Horizontal relation in the Spline menu bar at the left side

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The endpoint of the spline is fully tangent now

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Create a Revolve

Go to Insert > Boss/Base > Revolve or click at the Revolve icon

Go to Insert > Boss/Base > Revolve or click at the Revolve icon

Click at the vertical Centerline to define the Axis of Revolution

Click at the vertical Centerline to define the Axis of Revolution

Use the One-Direction option

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Set the Revolution Angle to 360 degrees

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Click OK
Click OK
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Create two Fillets

Go to: Insert > Features > Fillet/Round or click at the Fillet icon

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Click at the blue edges as shown in the picture

Change the Radius into 1 mm

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Click OK
Click OK
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Create another Fillet

Go to: Insert > Features > Fillet/Round or click at the Fillet icon

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Click at the blue edges as shown in the picture

Change the Radius into 5 mm

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Click OK
Click OK
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Change the transparency of the glass

Select an arbitrary face of the glass

Click at the appearances button

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Click at the Part name

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Click at the dropdown menu called ‘’standard’’

Select the Transparent option

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Change the color into white

Click OK

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Create a Shell

Now it’s time to convert the Solid glass into a double walled glass. We will use the Shell feature for this.

Go to: Insert > Features > Shell or click at the Shell icon

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Change the Thickness into 1 mm

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Click OK
Click OK
Congratulations, you just finished your own double walled drinking glass! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.SolidWorks Chopper course . In this course I will show you exactly how to model a complete chopper in SolidWorks to make you a SolidWorks Pro in the shortest possible time. This step for step training course literally takes you by the hand and walks you step by step into becoming a SolidWorks Pro fast. If this sounds good to you, simply click this link t o find out more. Talk soon, Jan © J.W. Zuyderduyn www.LearnSolidWorks.com Page 21 " id="pdf-obj-20-2" src="pdf-obj-20-2.jpg">

Congratulations, you just finished your own double walled drinking glass!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

Most people who are serious about improving their modeling skills take a look at my SolidWorks Chopper course. In this course I will show you exactly how to model a complete chopper in SolidWorks to make you a SolidWorks Pro in the shortest possible time.

This step for step training course literally takes you by the hand and walks you step by step into becoming a SolidWorks Pro fast. If this sounds good to you, simply click this link to find out more.

Talk soon, Jan
Talk soon,
Jan