FitCrv

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Refit to Tolerance

The FitCrv command makes a non-rational NURBS curve of a specified degree that matches the input curve to within the specified tolerance.

Note

Steps

  1. Select curves.
  2. Type a new tolerance value or press Enter.
    You can also pick two points to set the tolerance.
  3. Type 0 (zero) to use the current absolute tolerance.

Note

Command-line options

DeleteInput

Yes

Deletes the original geometry.

No

Retains the original geometry.

Degree

Specifies the degree of the curve (or surface).

When drawing a high-degree curve, the output curve will not be the degree you request unless there is at least one more control point than the degree.

OutputLayer

Specifies the layer for the results of the command.

Current

Places the results on the current layer.

Input

Places the results on the same layer as the input curve.

Note: If the input object is in a model that is attached using Worksession, the object will be placed on the current layer.

TargetObject

Places the results on the same layer as the target surface.

AngleTolerance

When a kink in the input curve is this angle or less from tangent, the kink will be refit smoothly, otherwise the output curve will also have a kink at that location.

Wikipedia: Tangent

SubCrv

Type subcrv to select part of a curve as input.

See also

Edit curves

 

 

 

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