Surface Edit Tools
Refit to Tolerance
The FitSrf command tries to reduce the number of surface control points while maintaining the surface's same general shape.
|2.||Type a new tolerance value or press Enter to accept the default.|
|3.||Type 0 (zero) to use the current absolute tolerance.|
|●||Use the FitSrf command for replacing surfaces with too many control points.|
|●||When the input to the FitSrf command is a wiggly surface with lots of control points, the FitSrf command tries to compute a surface that has the same general shape but fewer control points.|
Deletes the original geometry.
Retains the original geometry.
Trims the new fit surface with the original trimming curves.
The degree of the surface in the u -or v-direction.
Specifies the layer for the results of the command.
Places the results on the current layer.
Places the results on the same layer as the input curve.
Places the results on the same layer as the target surface.
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