In the Ordered environment:
Draw the 2D path of the cam in a sketch.
Project the sketch onto the cylindrical surface (wrap sketch).
Use the normal cutout command.
3D Sweep (Solid Sweep).
as far as I can remember, the Solid Sweep will not exapt any wrapped or projected cure for use as drive curve.
The last time only helicalmcurves were possible.
But it would be a great, a really great enhancement if any wrapped or projected curve also were usable for Solid Sweep
could it be that You have uploaded a different version of Your file?
There is no wrapped curve only a projected one, and that one of course will not create any proper result.
I attached your part with my attempt of "cam" feature.
In my opinion my "cam" feature is not very nice and probably not exactly correct as it should be from Solid Sweep. To cerate this feature requires aditinal surfaces and curves (Trajectory feature group in part tree).
I found inspiration in one of @Imics videos on Youtube (link).
SE can not create Solid Sweep Cut as it should. As Wolfgang (@hawcad) mentioned, for Solid Sweep only sketch geometry a helical curve can be used. Nothing else.
But at least it is something... I am sure others will come up with better solutions :-)
Attached is an V219 ASM that has what I think you need for this.
These are tough to make and I don't really like the method I have for this but it works.
This method uses wrap sketch. Key thing is you have to do the curves on the outer and inter
diameter and work from there.
In the previous example a different method to generate the curves is used because the follower is rotating
and does not always intersect the cam centerline.
Hope this helps.