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how to cut groves part way around grip?

solidworks
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>>565985
booleans
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You just do it.
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test
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>>565985
Sweep 2D profile along 3D path
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Create a series of planes at each level that you want a groove.

Use Sketch Tools > Intersection Curve to make a sketch of the intersection between the part and the plane

Then either use these sketches and the offset tool to make extruded cuts, or use them to make paths for a swept cut.
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>>566091
I figured that, I was hoping for a easier way. Thanks
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Does Solidworks has "Project Sketch" feature like Catia does? In Catia you'd have to fix your geometry by sewing those planes together and then you could project from a plane that goes by the middle of this symmetric piece.

Also idk, but that model looks wrong somehow, like it was made using solids rather than surface and mirroring it.
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>>566091
PITA
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