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## How do you make a 3D curve in Solidworks?

To project a curve: Click Project Curve on the Curves toolbar, or **Insert > Curve > Projected**. Use this selection to project a sketched curve onto a model face. Under Sketch to Project , select the curve in the graphics area or from the flyout FeatureManager design tree.

## Can trapezoids be 3D?

The 3D figure of a trapezoid is called **a trapezoidal prism** since these are figures that have a length, width, and depth. The edges of the prism is where the faces meet, and the vertices of the prism are the corners where three or more surfaces meet.

## How do you make a pyramid in Solidworks?

**To create a pyramid:**

- Click Solids > Draw > Pyramid (or type Pyramid).
- Specify the center point of the base or enter an option: Edge: Lets you define the edge of the pyramid base by specifying edge endpoints. …
- Specify the base radius or enter an option: …
- Specify the height or enter an option:

## How do I convert entities in Solidworks?

**To convert an entity:**

- In an open sketch, click a model edge, loop, face, curve, external sketch contour, set of edges, or set of curves. You can also click an entity after clicking the Convert Entities. …
- Click Convert Entities. …
- In the PropertyManager, click Select chain to convert all contiguous sketch entities. …
- Click .

## How do you make a trapezoid in SolidWorks?

**To construct trapezoids:**

- Type Trapezoid at the command prompt.
- In the graphics area, specify the midpoint of the first side.
- Specifiy the insertion angle of the trapezoid (the angle of the axis).
- Specify the length of the axis.
- Specify the height of the first base of the trapezid.
- Specify the height of the second base.