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curve through points

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curve through points

Hi,

 

Can anyone please help me how to edit the curve which is drawn through points.

 

I have plotted the curve in Microsoft excel and creo but the curve from creo is different. can anyone please help me to solve my issue. I need a curve which is similar to the one drawn using excel(image-1).

I have attached the profile points excel sheet.

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Re: curve through points

curve.pngHi,

 

  • remove line no.28 from Excel table (it is equal to line no.2)
  • create points offset from csys
  • create 1-st curve through points using points offset from csys
  • create 2-nd curve through points ... connect start and end point of 1-st curve + define tangency in end points

You will get this shape:

 

 


Martin Hanák
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Re: curve through points

 Hi naveen,

Your excel curve has not the same scale on X & Y, that is why the curve shown in Creo is different (but much true).

 

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Pierre, expert on Solidworks ... losted on Creo

Re: curve through points

curve.pngHi,

 

  • remove line no.28 from Excel table (it is equal to line no.2)
  • create points offset from csys
  • create 1-st curve through points using points offset from csys
  • create 2-nd curve through points ... connect start and end point of 1-st curve + define tangency in end points

You will get this shape:

 

 


Martin Hanák

Re: curve through points

Hi Martin,

Thanks a lot for helping me solve my problemSmiley Very Happy


@MartinHanak wrote:

curve.pngHi,

 

  • remove line no.28 from Excel table (it is equal to line no.2)
  • create points offset from csys
  • create 1-st curve through points using points offset from csys
  • create 2-nd curve through points ... connect start and end point of 1-st curve + define tangency in end points

You will get this shape: