Thread types are chosen from a list of custom profile sketches that users can create and store as library features.
In the tutorial video above, we use a lag bolt as an example.
SOLIDWORKS 2016 introduced the ability to create helical threads on cylindrical faces.
Using the “Thread” feature, users can define the beginning of a thread, specify an offset, set end conditions, specify the size, diameter, pitch and rotation angle and choose various options such as right- or left-handed threading.
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