Creating a Helical Spring Around a Non-Linear Trajectory

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Creating a Helical Spring Around a Non-Linear Trajectory

This technique will go through the steps for creating a helical shaped solid using a variable section sweep, a sketcher relation that makes use of the trajpar parameter and a swept protrusion. This technique does not use the actual Helical Sweep feature.

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