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Sep 21, 2014
06:19 AM

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Sep 21, 2014
06:19 AM

curve equation

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when I try do something of curve equation i see symbol "t" i don't understand what meaning and what is represented can anyone help me and thank

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Sep 21, 2014
02:47 PM

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"t" is the variable that drives values from the From-To settings.

There is some relevance between T and the accuracy settings of your current part or assembly. not one to worry about unless you are looking for a pure function. For instance, an involute will have a varying start angle depending on your accuracy settings.

"t" is similar to trajpar in variable sweep sections. Trajpar is limited to values between zero and one; equations can use any value including negative. Beware however, that sometimes these values are not followed completely if the equation has a problem. Check you work... and the solution Creo is presenting.

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"t" is the variable that drives values from the From-To settings.

There is some relevance between T and the accuracy settings of your current part or assembly. not one to worry about unless you are looking for a pure function. For instance, an involute will have a varying start angle depending on your accuracy settings.

"t" is similar to trajpar in variable sweep sections. Trajpar is limited to values between zero and one; equations can use any value including negative. Beware however, that sometimes these values are not followed completely if the equation has a problem. Check you work... and the solution Creo is presenting.