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(Image) The Use sketch command should work for you. There are probably some exceptions though. Case in point, the projection of the curve you're converting shouldn't overlap itself, i.e. the projecti… (View Post)3
There may be some 3rd party add-ons that will convert STL data to editable surfaces, but OS doesn't do this by default. An STL file is imported as mesh, which is really only useful as a reference for… (View Post)1
I'm not sure what the intended geometry looks like, but to me "bristles" just means dense, thin, hair-like protrusions. That doesn't sound like something that would normally be modeled for … (View Post)1
(Quote) That's definitely doable, but time is pretty scarce these days. Perchance some other kind soul will grant your FS wish? (View Post)1
You can use bottom up with Onshape, but the part studio methodology is really better suited to top down design. You can relate geometries from one part to another without having to worry about gettin… (View Post)1