I have a sketch with 3 line segments. Then I have a plane that moves up and down the lines. I would like to pierce the path that the 3 lines form. Also the underlying geometry must be able to change so fit spline does not work.
Can you use "composite curve"? Then make the point coincident to the composite curve?
I was going to suggest a fit spline but it looks like you've tried that. The other suggestion would have been to start a new sketch and convert those three lines and then do a fit spline.
The fit spline doesn't rebuild to the same shape. The issue with fit spline is it doesn't link it's self to the underlying geometry that created it.
I have probably misunderstood but how about attaching a simple point to the line and then attach point to the plane...
I think it won't follow along the "path" from one segment to another. That's why I suggested and he already tried a "fit" spline but that doesn't work either.
Composite Curve doesn't offer a pierce constraint. But it does update with the underlying curves.
This appears to work. To make it work you have to select the tree feature to pierce.
Good to know....thanks!
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