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alex_drialex_dri Member Posts: 3
GUYS,learning onshape slowly,trying to recreate this loft

turns out like this-my loft fails when i choose path as scetch 1 and 4 

any help really appreciated)

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  • alex_drialex_dri Member Posts: 3
    edited February 11
    TimRice said:
    Welcome to the forum @alex_dri !

    I took a look at your document and found a couple of issues. As you can see in the screenshot below, the guide curves did not intersect the profiles:

    Next, the guides had to be split in two using a Split tool in the sketch:

    And now it all checks out!


    I would never have guessed about split guide line)
    Also same sketch has only 2 handles(start and finish point) to control curvature,how can  I get handles in other points?
  • TimRiceTimRice Member, Moderator, Onshape Employees Posts: 207
    Currently spline control handles can only be placed at the start and end points.
    Tim Rice | User Experience | Support 
    Onshape, Inc.
  • Jake_RosenfeldJake_Rosenfeld Moderator, Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 1,295

    If you make a bunch of splines, you can apply a coincident constraint on their endpoints to attach them, and then a tangent constriant to make them tangent to each other.  Then each point will have a handle:

    One thing that may not be obvious in the gif is that I am double clicking to end each spline segment, which also keeps the tool open to sketch the next spline segment.
    Jake Rosenfeld - Modeling Team
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