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You can actually extrude the spline into a surface and then scale that surface, thus preserving the proportions of the spline. You can reference the edge of that surface just as you can with a spline. This does not work with 3D spines however. Okay I see what you mean now.

That's a neat trick. Then I created a new sketch and projected all the translated surfaces back to the sketch, and then cleaned up by getting rid of the surfaces and re-referencing everything later in the timeline to the new sketch -- which is essentially a translated copy of the old sketch. It works. The reason I made a new sketch instead of just using the surface edges is because I was having trouble referencing certain important points, for example the center of the crosshairs of an extruded ellipse.

More effort than ideal, but maybe better than the align-bodies method. Definitely useful to know about. Just wanted to come and express my support for such a feature. It would be nice to be able to lock the geometry relative to itself so you can then constrain your own sketch elements to that locked profile without it messing up the airfoil profile. Dimensioning is really not feasible when a profile has several hundred control points. You should never use a spline with several hundred control points.

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Back to Fusion Category. Back to Topic Listing Previous Next. Message 1 of How to fix the relative shape of a spline. Question about splines. Let's say I've got this project I've also attached it : There are two sketches. You might say, why not fully constrain the spline like this: The answer is, that would be fine for this simplified for demo purposes project, but what I'm actually working on is a complicated spline with many points.

Tags 3. Tags: move. Message 2 of Jeff Strater Software Architect - Fusion Message 3 of Anyway, I'd be curious to hear what the team thinks. Thanks again. In the meantime, maybe this is a good excuse for me to start learning API scripting Message 4 of Message 5 of An alternative, more user-friendly approach, is to make use of spline interpolation conditions which will be explored in the remainder of this article.

Through spline interpolation conditions, the DCM provides another way for an application to increase the internal freedoms of a spline. When a spline with associated interpolation conditions is created, the DCM will generate a knot vector which provides an appropriate number of internal freedoms for the given interpolation conditions. Figure 2 below shows a degree 3 spline, together with 5 points which have been added as interpolation conditions.

The position of each point defines an interpolation condition which the spline solution must satisfy. Figure 2: A degree 3 interpolating spline with 5 fixed interpolation positions. The number of control points is determined by the DCM and depends on the number and type of interpolation conditions being specified. Crucially, the position of each point has been fixed in the DCM, removing the 2 positional freedoms from each point.

By fixing the interpolation positions, all freedoms from the spline control points have been removed. Suppose that the application needs to add a tangent constraint between the spline curve and the vertical fixed line. To avoid over-defining the spline curve, it will need to increase the internal freedoms of the spline, by adding a new interpolation condition.

Figure 3 below shows the spline curve after adding a new interpolation condition to the existing spline. The new pair of interpolation conditions have been added based on the current tangent vector at the spline end. The spline now has sufficient internal freedoms to solve the given values of these conditions and remains well-defined.

However, at this point, adding the tangent constraint between the spline and the vertical line will still over-define the spline, since the new derivative conditions have not been made available as freedoms to the DCM. This duration setting instructs the DCM to ensure the spline curve definition always satisfies the given condition, which has the effect of removing a freedom from the spline.

This allows additional constraints to be applied to the spline without over-defining it. The 2 nd control point from the right is now positioned vertically above the right-hand side end of the spline, satisfying the tangent constraint. Figure 4: Modifying duration settings on interpolation conditions to allow a tangent constraint to be added onto the spline. At this stage, the spline remains under-defined and has one freedom remaining, since the tangent constraint removes only one of the two freedoms introduced when the interpolation conditions were added.

This approach allows a spline definition to continue to pass through the specified interpolation conditions, but also provide enough freedoms to satisfy constraints to other geometries. The example application code below demonstrates the creation of the spline in DCM, specifying interpolation points and derivative end conditions together with the tangent constraint to a fixed line. We will also discuss choice of curve parameterisation and how it affects the shaping of flexible spline curves.

Proceed to part 2. You must be logged in to post a comment. Sign In. Products PLM Components. The article should be accessible to anyone with some previous background knowledge in the following areas: Experience of using a constraint manager, such as the DCM, and awareness of typical constraint types, such as coincident, tangent etc. Interpolating splines lend themselves well to this task, by virtue of their properties: Natural curve shape Can achieve a close approximation to a given shape, by careful choice of the set of interpolation positions Can be constrained to other geometries, as part of a larger profile or can be a self-contained closed curve for example, a periodic spline Permit additional constraints and conditions to influence curve shape direction at a given point on the curve, total length, tangent or coincident to other geometry Some situations which may be encountered when using interpolating splines include: Desire to minimise changes to spline shape, when adding constraints onto the spline.

Generally, large changes to the shape will be less desirable than more local changes Inability to find a solution for a given set of constraints, due to adding too many constraints or conditions over-defined geometry The approach taken in this article aims to address these aspects of spline solving behaviour, allowing close control of curve shape and robustness to changes in other geometry, without large changes in shape or over-defined situations.

Terminology — interpolating splines vs. What to read next: Flexible spline curve control in the D-Cubed Dimensional… July 23, This post forms part two of the article which examines spline curve shaping functionality in the D-Cubed Dimensional Constraint Manager…. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Spline type. Fixed or rigid splines. Guarantees no change in shape during constraint solving. Flexible spline with fixed interpolation positions.

Allows the spline to remain flexible, subject to passing through the given interpolation positions.

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