Hi Matt, I reach to use the symetrical offset but on your picture you have a middle line that I don't have on my software. Do you know how i could have this middle line please ? This line is important for my project.
Thank you very much
@olibast, I created the "middle line" arcs in my sketch that was used for the offset... so the center line I believe you refer to is the geometry from which I created the offset from.
@pgw200, Do you know if i can make take the blue trajectory by the middle of my square, could it take the turn ? If yes it would be nice to say how i could put her on the trajectory and how he will turn. Thanks
With a profile group you could create your path ( it will need to be endpoint connected ) then draw a circle and apply a relationship between the circle and the path. You could make the relationship a tangent or for your case maybe the centre point on the path would be better.
Then if you move the circle either by dragging it or changing some other relationship then the circle will follow the path.
I wouldnt advise using points for lots of reasons. You will probably have more success using a circle instead. Then apply relationships and dimensions to the centre of the circle. Points have a function in solid edge which I almost never make use of, so read up on them in help before using points. If you don't want to see the circle you can place it on auto hide layer or some other layer.
I would recommend starting a new drawing and using the example in the help, create any profile group and have a play around to see how it works and if it will apply to your project.
I had a look at your example and wasn't sure exactly what you are trying to achieve.