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How to create serial copy of parts

Unread post by PrafulGaikwad »

Hello,

We have a situation where we want to create number of parts in curvature distribution. (as attached image)

I have found a similar video on youtube showing the same design but did not understand.
https://youtu.be/FWskGKAi-wk?t=26

Can anybody suggest how to create this type of design easily.

Thanks & Regards,

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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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Hello

Read this document: TopSolid.TT.Wood.Serial.Copy.v6.17. Ask it from reseller.

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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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Thanks for your reply.

Can you please tell me which topic is that, I have read it but nothing found related.

Thanks,

Praful
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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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]When you make the component you will need to create driving points that are not constrained and those points will be used to follow each guide curve that will be divided equally based on how many panels you need
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use division on guide curves to get the points to attach component
use division on guide curves to get the points to attach component
there are basic un-constrained points that the sketch points are hooked too
there are basic un-constrained points that the sketch points are hooked too
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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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Hello

I can send you these via e-mail

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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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OMG if you could email them to me also I would appreciate it greatly.
jason_cabinetmaker@yahoo.com


Thanks in advance.
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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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solved :)
I've sent you the e-mail
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Re: How to create serial copy of parts

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Hi

Solved ?

In that case, you may add the green check on your first message :D

See you

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"solved" means I've sent him the e-mail
is not my post to edit it as "solved" :)
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Hi

Of course it's not :lol:

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