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SW and comical sketching

Question asked by Philippe Carette on Jun 28, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 28, 2011 by Alan Stoldt

After some funny moment about 3D sketch and assemblies, I just discover another funny sketch : the intersection curve.


If I define a surface, and then a plane, the intersection feature is laughing like a drain so much that the program forgets to build anything.


If I define the plane BEFORE the surface, then Horatio is coming on the stage, and spout with a deep voice : "That was the question, Hamlet, that was the question".


And the intersection curve appears, like by magic.


Moral : before using SW, have a training course of clown.