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  • @Tiemen said: Hi all, Maybe the alignment tools in BricsCAD V20 can also be used. You start by defining the horizontal alignment. This is a 2D curve which is needed to precisely position linear objects in a horizontal direction. It is def…
  • @Roy Klein Gebbinck said: The _Loft command has a _Guides option. But what you are seeing is related to the FACETRES (facet resolution) setting, the actual solid is not segmented. Got it...Thanks again.
  • Man, You are awesome! It works well. This is acceptable workflow. If I maintain my flattened curve I can easily recreate whole path in few steps! Super :-) Sorry for maybe dumb question (not familiar with Bricscad much, yet)....lofting makes segmen…
  • Thank You for Your time guys. @Roy Klein Gebbinck Your Lisp indeed does elevate curve evenly, which is really handy. But then comes the second problem like @Knut Hohenberg wrote. That profile rotation along spline is problem for this kind of s…
  • @Roy Klein Gebbinck said: To my knowledge there is no built-in solution. But it should be possible to write a (Lisp) program that creates a 3D spline or 3D polyline based on a 2D spline and some parameters. Hmm, not glad to hear that...So I …
  • @Hans Lammerts said: What do you mean with extract? What should the output look like? Is this perhaps a flatten operation for cutting and sawing? I need some curve as output (polyline, spline,....) which can be used to copy objects and sw…
  • Another way for my worflow would be to model pathway in Blender (like I do now) and import through .dae to Brics Can I somehow "extract" curve from imported mesh in BricsCAD?
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