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DJ82 (Mechanical) (OP)
7 Jul 08 10:25
Dear Solid works profis,

I am using solid works 2006 for some simple 3D modeling. I want to make a pyramid but dont know any exact command for that.

Many thanks in advance.

Kind regards.

 
ShaggyPE (Mechanical)
7 Jul 08 10:27
Extrude a square with draft and tinker with the angle until you get the results you want.

-Dustin
Professional Engineer
Certified SolidWorks Professional

dogarila (Mechanical)
7 Jul 08 10:30
Is this your homework?
TheTick (Mechanical)
7 Jul 08 10:38
Loft between a polygon and a point.
DJ82 (Mechanical) (OP)
7 Jul 08 11:52
Thanks a lot for your replies.......the loft command seems the easiest ...thank you

Btw... this is not my homework!!

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