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filleting curves and rotating shapes3 Replies

Hi guys, please does anyone know how I can fillet two curves meeting to create a rounded end rather than the sharp joint.In addition, i've placed rectangles and points at the end of a curve but the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dedackelzucht Nov 5, 2012.

Trimming off curves at the edge of a surface1 Reply

Anyone knows how I can trim off curves from the edge of a surface. these curves are lines joining points after subdividing the surface. Can i extrude the edge curve and make a surface on d edge to be…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mario L Jul 15, 2012.

Using a surface to trim curves2 Replies

Please i'd like to trim off a set of lines on a surface at the edge of the surface. if i extrude the edge curve of the surface to make another surface, where can i trim off d curves outside the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by phillip Jul 17, 2012.

Making a brep into a surface3 Replies

Please does anyone know how to turn an open brep resulting from 3 lofted curves into a surface. i want to subdivide this surface into segments. thanksContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by NYCCTfab (Brian Ringley) Jul 14, 2012.

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"like this?"
Nov 5, 2012
"I meant i needed the rectangle to be perpendicular to the XZ plane."
Nov 5, 2012
"Did I understand you right? Best Regards DeDackel"
Nov 5, 2012
Toyin Lawal posted a discussion

filleting curves and rotating shapes

Hi guys, please does anyone know how I can fillet two curves meeting to create a rounded end rather than the sharp joint.In addition, i've placed rectangles and points at the end of a curve but the rectangle is parralel to the XY plane, i need it to be perpendicular to the XY plane.ThanksSee More
Nov 5, 2012
"like this? "
Jul 17, 2012
"Hi Toyin, it will help if you upload ur definition and / or image of what u r trying to achieve. cheers"
Jul 17, 2012
"if i understand the image correctly, you're trying to trim the diamond shapes that don't lie on the surface? the first thing you could do is intersect the lines that lie part and part off the the surface with a curve/curve (one curve being…"
Jul 15, 2012
Toyin Lawal posted discussions
Jul 15, 2012
"I think it's ok to have the planar curve. Surfaces must be defined by continuous curvature, which is why you can't create a single surface from curves that have been joined (the points at which they meet are discontinuities). Filleting…"
Jul 14, 2012
"Thanks a lot, the problem must have been in the loft. one of the lofted curve is a planer curve, could that be the reason? there are three curves, two of those three are joined curves (3 curves joined together) and the point of joining of these…"
Jul 14, 2012
"A BRep (short for boundary representation) is a 3D modeling umbrella term that typically includes both surfaces and polysurfaces - so if you have an open BRep from a GH loft component, chances are it's a surface. You should be to connect your…"
Jul 14, 2012
Toyin Lawal posted a discussion

Making a brep into a surface

Please does anyone know how to turn an open brep resulting from 3 lofted curves into a surface. i want to subdivide this surface into segments. thanksSee More
Jul 14, 2012
Toyin Lawal replied to Toyin Lawal's discussion Reversing a curve
"Thanks Danny, You are a live saver. I'll post any further problems i might have as I continue with d thesis. "
Jul 8, 2012
Danny Boyes replied to Toyin Lawal's discussion Reversing a curve
"There is a Flip Component in the Curve Tab > Utility Panel "
Jul 8, 2012
Toyin Lawal posted a discussion

Reversing a curve

Please does anyone know how to reverse the values on a curve such that the start point on the curve now becomes the end point and the end point then becomes the start point? ThanksSee More
Jul 8, 2012
"There is the Shatter Component you need to give it the parameter of the curve at which you want to split it. For this you will need the Curve CP Component (Closest Point)."
Jul 6, 2012

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