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Re: Vertices do not act as those on a spline

IntegrityWare Erik ·
Hey Andrew, What you are seeing is the nature of SubD. Consider the following case: 1: Create a simple box primitive in your scene and accept the default parameters to begin general editing. 2: In the viewing tab in our property manager page, notice the top row of three icons. They are a set of toggle buttons that changes the way you see your mesh. It allows you to see the base control mesh (far left), the subdivided mesh (middle) and a combination of the two (far right). 3: Select your...
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Re: Vertices do not act as those on a spline

AndrewScott985 ·
Hello! Thank you for the reply, and thank you for the offered support! The thing is that there is no real need for a helping hand, as everything I do is pure accommodation with the new environment provided by Power Surfacing inside SolidWorks. I enjoy every moment spent with SolidWorks (I used to use Autodesk Inventor but I like far more all what SolidWorks has to offer), and making use of the power provided by the Power Surfacing add-on (now it makes sense), I'm enjoying it even more.
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Vertices do not act as those on a spline

AndrewScott985 ·
Hello!    When you edit a spline (in SolidWorks for example), the defining points are in a fixed position when a certain point on the spline is moved.   When you edit a power surface (or is more appropriate to call it power...
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