This is a short blog about the benefits of using SOLIDWORKS interference detection. this is very powerful tool when creating with moving parts and components in assemblies,
We would be analyzing component interferences found within the assembly interference,
Detection analyzes geometry and identifies overlapping components within a basic
So, having a tool that can do this job is greatly beneficial interference detection is found within “Evaluate tab”
click Tools > Evaluate > Interference Detection
Interference deduction tool tab
It is usually easy to see interferences but sometimes it can be difficult to
By default, the selected component will be assembly. You can delete it by right-clicking on the
name of the assembly and selecting Delete. To select new parts, click on the desired area in the
In this situation, the components have been overlapped
How we can solve this kind of problem??
we will have the option to calculate interferences within the entire assembly or specify
We will calculate the entire component we can see that the two interferences,
The interference detection makes both components interfering transparent and Highlights the overlapping volumes make it easy to see since I made this assembly
We know that there is a distance made between the two interferences
Interfering Components that we need to address even if I did not know this using the view
mates Tool can be a quick way to list all the mates associated with that component
View Mates option
Edit coincidence mate
We will increase the dimension around check the interference, again as you can see there Are no longer any interference this joint will be able to rotate.
Edit distance mate
We had easy to change the distance and the overlapping issues have been resolved.
Interference deduction was great for static interferences when it comes to dynamic
Collisions we need to use a different tool the move component command contains a
Collision detection feature will check collisions between all components.
interference detection can be useful to ensure that the component has the desired level of