In this video, learn how to make a projected curve.
- [Instructor] When you want to project a curve…from a sketch that you've already created…onto another surface,…you're going to use the projection curve feature.…It's pretty straightforward.…And in this example,…we're going to take an existing sketch…and project it down onto a surface extrusion…that I've already created.…So here we've got our sketch…and you'll notice it's above the surface, not touching it.…I'm going to go up to the Insert tab, down to Curve,…and hit Projected.…For this option, we're using the sketch on faces.…
So first, I'm going to select that sketch.…And second, I'm going to select the face to project it on to.…Notice that the arrow here…indicates that it's going to project upward.…We want to reverse that and you can do that…by clicking on the arrow right here…or selecting the checkbox right here.…Notice that we've got our preview in yellow.…I'm going to go ahead and hit the green checkbox for OK…and we've created our curve.…Notice underneath the curve,…it's got the sketch that it's based off of.…
- Sketch entities
- Sketch tools
- Making and editing blocks
- Advanced spline tools
- Relations and references
- 3D sketching
- Sketching in drawings
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sketch Entities
2. Sketch Tools
4. Advanced Spline Tools
6. 3D Sketching
7. Sketching in Drawings
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