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    Posted: 02.Jan.2018 at 22:32
Hello carlosban71, sometimes you're maybe unable to sweep for example if the radius of your helix is too little for your region to be sweeped, that's why I proposed to you to use the internal diameter of the thread instead of the outside.
In the old days you couldn't extrude along a path if the internal of your region would interfer with the radius of your polyline path but I see that you have succedded in creating your own threaded tube.. 


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Happy New Year 2018

A Purpose, of so much practice, now yes. I got the thread
Now, the message pops up (unable to sweep)
Query why? (unable to sweep) Did I do something wrong?


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Yes John, the second one is THE one, a tube with an external thread.
I think that carlosban71 is on the right way to succeed.


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Actually, I like this one a little better.






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Is this the result you are attempting to achieve?


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Hello carlosban71, I'm still here.
Maybe your material removal is a little outside of the tube but the concept is OK, just showing a flat part at the external diameter.
Is your helix diameter the same as the tube external diameter ?
Maybe a test with a helix on the inside diameter of the triangle showing the material would generate a good material removal.
In the old times you couldn't extrude along a path if the radius was too little.
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As I found the fault, perio now I get squared, it has to come out triangle tip


 



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As I found the fault, perio now I get squared, it has to come out triangle




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What's wrong, now that the sweep does not enter,


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Carlosban71, I don't know why it's not working perfectly because if you have SUBTRACT your sweeped solid from your tube it should be OK and complete.
One the other hand when I look at the bottom of your last posted picture it looks like half of a SUBTRACT is still here.


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