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Plane on a curve surface

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bcat
7-Bedrock

Plane on a curve surface

helo

i want to make a plan tangent to item at atached file

how i do this?

tank you

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And as with all things Creo, another method is to have a divided arc on the sweep sketch. Run the sweep on the outside of the sweep profile. In this case, the plane is at the vertex of the sketch arc.

tangent_to_sweep_II.PNG

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Constantin
9-Granite
(To:bcat)

This should be possible with a parallel plane (to one of the base datums) which has tangent as the second condition.

chainPlane.png

it is made: 2 points from both end, real value > axis >plane

That's more fun, Jack I wasn't thinking dynamic...

Thank you for find more fun than hate in PreE world!!! I do learn a lot from this community and make work more easy. It is real fun I do create some unique products by ProE and then 3 D printing.

TomD.inPDX
17-Peridot
(To:bcat)

You will need to make some additional geometry to create that plane.

This example shows a geometry point offset from the sweep profile. You can use relations to manage the dimensions between the sweep profile sketch and the feature section.

tangent_to_sweep.PNG

And as with all things Creo, another method is to have a divided arc on the sweep sketch. Run the sweep on the outside of the sweep profile. In this case, the plane is at the vertex of the sketch arc.

tangent_to_sweep_II.PNG

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