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Does anyone have a method to draw a parametric round staircase with banisters?
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You may create create points with parameters, then sketch your lines upon them. And create your part as a component.
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I think the easiest way is to create spirals and make a sweep.
You can also repeat the steps or banisters along a curve or also helicoÃ¯dal.
Ofcourse you have to calculate the number of steps, not draw them!
Hope this helps.
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I read the "whatsnew" in topDesign 6.8 and saw that there was a new function in there (i beleve it was a subfunction of repeat). The example they use in this document shows a simple staircase as example. Maybe you should have a look at this document... Regards,
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