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How to close an existing spline ?

brunono553brunono553 Member Posts: 5
Hi,

This sound simple, but I didn't find a way of closing an existing open spline. Is there a way of doing it ?

Thanks

Answers

  • Jake_RosenfeldJake_Rosenfeld Moderator, Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 1,640
    @brunono553

    You can drag one of the endpoints over the other endpoint to lock them together (or just create a 'coincident' constraint between the two).  You will then have a closed spline that is probably discontinuous at that one point.  To fix this you could draw a construction line between the two handles, and then set a coincident constraint between the discontinuous point and that construction line.

    Another option is to just draw another construction line over the first line (using all of its points) but closing it at the end rather than leaving it open.  After you sketch out this second spline over the first you could delete the first.
    Jake Rosenfeld - Modeling Team
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