Waisted-shape Spring--Creating A Helical Sweep Along An Extruded Surface Profile

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Waisted-shape sping

The Helical Sweep feature is typically used by itself when the profile can be represented by a revolved surface. This tutorial will explain how to use the Helical Sweep feature and an extruded surface to create a spring that follows an extruded oval-shaped profile.

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