The OrientCrvToEdge command copies and aligns a curve to a surface edge.
|1.||Select a curve near an end.|
|2.||Select a target surface edge.|
|3.||Pick target edge points along the edge to align the curve.|
The Copy option specifies whether or not the objects are copied. A plus sign appears at the cursor when copy mode is on.
Note: The RememberCopyOptions command determines whether the selected option is used as the default.
Changes the normal direction of the surface.
Changes the direction of the curve.
|●||If the curve already starts on the edge, it is copied to a new location on the edge with the same orientation as the original curve had to the surface.|
|●||If the curve does not start on the edge, it is rotated so the picked end of the curve is tangent to the surface and perpendicular to the edge.|
|●||If the curve tangent at the picked location is in the same direction as the active view's construction plane, the curve is not re-oriented to be tangent with the surface.|
Transform objects using two reference and two target points.
Transform objects using three reference and three target points.
Transform objects along a curve normal.
Transform objects normal to a surface.
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