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How to make a sketch "follow" a curved face or how to make a face follow a curve?

Apologize as I'm not even sure how to ask what I'm looking for

I'm trying to make a sponge holder that snaps on to my faucet, the snap part is all good, but I'm having a hard time creating a holder with a more organic and curvy shape

I've started out choosing the curve I want the holder to be at and extruded that, resulting in a pretty flat shape. My idea was to use the "Cutout attempt" sketch to shape the holder looking from the "Left" plane if that makes sense but I have no idea how to

Document here: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/8af891fa9848a262bc2e51ee/w/32df183faa12d1e952daccc7/e/722ae1b0523024eb57788d21

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    MichaelPascoeMichaelPascoe Member Posts: 1,769 PRO

    Hi @gabriel_canto333,

    There are a few different ways to get organic shapes. If it is extruded along a curve, use the Sweep feature. If you need a more organic shape, you will need to use Loft, Fill, or Boundary surface.

    Does this resemble what you are trying to achieve:? If not, please provide a napkin sketch or reference pic and we can get you pointed in the right direction.




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