When one draws a line in solidworks and then one checks the checkbox to make the line infinite... where exactly in space is the midpoint of the infinite line?
Solidworks modeling space has limits so if you put an "infinite line" in that limit space, it isn´t infinite within that space. The midpoint of the line (vector) must be in the middle of that space defined by "plane" the line is "on". Otherwise the midpoint must be in the distance ∞/2.
what do you say about this
I would doubt if you ever find that
BTW what is the need to get to the mid point of the infinite line
So a SW infinite line is like Cell carriers unlimited talk & text which do have limits that teenagers can actually hit, thus incuring overage charges....?
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One might assume it would be the point (0,Y) for horizontal lines or (X,0) for vertical lines.
The mathematical definition of a line is infinitely extending and no endpoints, meaning it does not have a midpoint. But the more practical and common definition (which is actually a line segment), which most of us think of when we hear "line".
Specifically speaking, SolidWorks follows mathematics. That's why you can't add a midpoint relation to infinite length lines. Only Line segments.
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