## How do you make a cone in Solidworks?

Creating Cones

1. Click Solids > Draw > Cone (or type Cone).
2. Set an option for the cone’s base: Center point base: Click in the graphics area to specify a center point or type the 3D coordinates. Click in the graphics area or type a value for radius.
3. Set the cone height: Click in the graphics area or type a value. – or –

## How do you swept cut in Solidworks?

Swept Cut PropertyManager

1. Open a part that has either a closed profile sketch and a sketch path, or a part with a sketch line, edge or curve on the model that you can specify as a path. For a solid profile, open a part that has a tool body as the profile and a sketch path to follow.
2. Click Swept Cut (Features toolbar).

How do you cut a revolve in Solidworks?

Creating Extruded or Revolved Cuts as Assembly Features

1. Open a sketch on a face or plane, and sketch a profile of the cut.
2. Click Extruded Cut or Revolved Cut (Features toolbar), or click Insert > Assembly Feature > Cut , then Extrude or Revolve.
3. Set the options as needed in the Extrude or Revolve PropertyManager.

How do I flatten a part in Solidworks 2019?

To flatten a body, do one:

1. In the FeatureManager design tree, select the part and click Flatten. (Sheet Metal toolbar).
2. In the cut list, right-click the body and click Flatten. .
3. In either the FeatureManager design tree or the cut list, right-click the Flat-Pattern. feature for the part and click Unsuppress. .

### What is the formula for making a cone?

The formula for the volume of a cone is V=1/3hπr². Learn how to use this formula to solve an example problem. Created by Sal Khan.

### How do you make a cone with a specific diameter?

To make the cone a precise size, make the length of your semi-circle twice as long as the height you want your cone to have. For example, if you want a 12-inch cone, draw a semi-circle that’s 24 inches long. Alternatively, use a compass to draw a circle with a radius equal to the desired height of your cone.

How do you cut in SolidWorks?

Click Cut With Surface on the Features toolbar, or click Insert > Cut > With Surface. In the PropertyManager, under Surface Cut Parameters, select the surface or plane to use to cut the solid bodies. Examine the preview. If necessary, click Flip cut to reverse the direction of the cut.