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Why no work?
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>>574813
>>574814
I can't even tell the shape of your loft profiles and guide curve from this. It's probably easier to just make a sweep cut to format the blade.
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>>574823
My point still stands, using sweep cut on it is easier in general, if you insist on using lofts I'll see what I can do.
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Loft doesn't do well with sharp turns since it always looks for the shortest path, you have to add an additional perpendicular profile in between the two, I think your loft failed because somewhere in the path the profile got super flat and would create a zero dimension geometry which is a big no-no in SolidWorks.
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>>574824
>>574826

neither of those will follow my path
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>>574824
>>574826
HA I made lofted cut work.
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Now why wont it mirror?
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>>574919
You don't mirror the faces you mirror the loft cut feature




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