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Old   September 2, 2017, 16:29
Default SpaceClaim Parametrization curve from equation.
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Can someone know that it will be possibile to parametrize (and transfer parameters to workbench) curve from equation (design/sketch/equation)?

Im build spiral curve from equation and i want to parametrize it. Parametrize standard geometry in spaceclaim is quite easy, create dimension group etc. But on that moment i cant find way to parametrize curve from equation.

Maybe write properly script in python can help?

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Old   November 20, 2019, 16:27
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I have a similar problem, because I have to parameterize the circuits of subsequent sections of the geometric figure to obtain their stability. Were you maybe able to solve your problem?

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