I have recently made an airfoil using splines, and tangent curves. I have turned the tangent curves into splines, and now I would like to turn all connected splines into a single entity/spline.
Does anyone know if that is possible?
I am trying to judge the curvature using the curvature comb and need the whole outline to be a single spline in order to be able to read the curvature properly.
The close curve option won't work, I'm not trying to close a curve, i'm trying to join existing curves together.
As far as the Derived curves goes, It will not let me turn the outcome entity into a spline, so I am not able to make a curvature comb to examine the curvature.
Thanks for trying though guys!
No, there is currently no such functionality in Solid Edge to do what you seek.....you can of course use relationships to connect & make tangent, etc,....but nothing that "converts" multiple entities [Lines, Arcs, Curves] into a "single" entity.
In my mind, your only course of action, would be to [assuming you're in a s"ketch" of a 3D model] create a new sketch, and trace over your other geometry to make a new "single" curve to capture all you need.
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