1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 2, 2011 12:36 PM by Matt Lombard

    Is this behaviour straight ?

    Philippe Carette

      I don't want to talk about the present boss of IMF, but of SW, with the joined sketched file

       

       

       

      to constrain the 2 points spline of the joined PRT, I can make the spline tangent to right horizontal, or perpendicular to right vertical.

       

      The second solution gives an error, when the first works.

       

      And I don't understand why such behaviour is appearing in SW

        • Re: Is this behaviour straight ?
          Matt Lombard

          I think I understand what you are saying, but I'm not sure. I think you're saying that if you make the bottom end of the spline perpendicular to the vertical construction line on the right, you get an error.

           

          Yes. This is true. Splines have a different way of working that doesn't seem to follow the same rules as the other sketch elements. If you select the spline and the vertical construction line on the right, and assign a perpendicular relation, you get an error. But if you select the spline handle connected to the bottom end of the spline, and the vertical construction line on the right, you can make the perpendicular relation correctly.

           

          Notice below that the diamond on the lower spline handle is selected, as well as the vertical construction line. This will work, as selected. Don't pick the spline directly.

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