Is it possible to create a line or curve with the most diverse formats only by relation or program?
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May be this is any help
This forum is for help with aspects of the PTC community, not specific PTC products. I see you also posted the same question in the correct forum:
Please don't cross post. If you realize you posted in the wrong forum it is better to ask the moderators to move the post.
In fact I posted but was not finding this discussion and ended up posting again.
I'm still getting used to the system, I lost myself. I'm sorry.
No problem, and no need to apologize . Just trying to provide a little guidance to keep the forums functioning better, As you have just discovered, cross posting can lead to confusion, with answers (such as Valery's and David's) appearing in more than one thread.
Thank you very much, but I think this won't be the solution to what I want to do.
I opened other dicussion that explain better what I want to do.
In fact I'm trying to do an item in which the number of bends (curves) is flexible.
See the file I sent you attached, if you edit "offset coordinate system" and delete the last point, the curve will update automatically without errors.
I want to create a file that user can edit the numbers of bends and control all dimensions in any direction.
If you have any ideas, I would be very grateful.
Anyway thank you very much.
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Thanks for the suggestions, but I don't understand how they can help me.
Some things are more related to Mathcad, but here we only work with CREO.
Because your post was in community help, he assumed you were asking about Mathcad.
I wonder if Toby Metcalf can merge this discussion with the one you posted in the Creo Forum Create a line or curve by relation or program
Well done and good catch Stephen Williams & Richard Jackson - I will try to link the two, but do not believe I can merge one discussion into another. Yes, I can change the location, but may not be able to add one into the other.
Murilo Silva thank you for asking your question and as you can see, we are a knowledgeable and organized group who want to help and it is important to post questions in the right location to get it in front of the right people. I will move this to Creo.