Curve Reconstruction Quick Help |
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Curve Reconstruction | |||
This
tool performs a filtering operation on the curves in the sketch and
reconstructs them using various algorithms. This tool is especially
useful for reducing the number of control polygons and smoothing out
existing curves. |
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Make Editable NURBS: Convert
the reconstructed curve into an Editable NURBS format and loose the
history or previous construction information. Start Trim %: The
percentage distance along the curve to trim back |
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Reconstruction Algorithm to use | |||
None: Don't
use any reconstruction techniques. |
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End Point Continuity to Maintain | |||
The Re-Interpolate and Re-Approximate algorithms also allow you to constrain the ending continuity of the original curves. The following options are available: None:
Don't utilize existing curve continuities. |
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Parameterization | |||
These options are applicable when ther is a Re-Interpolation or Re-Approximation. It controls how the knot vector is formed in the resulting curve.
Uniform: This option will produce a uniform knot vector in the
resulting surface. |
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Curve Reconstruction | |||
Num Samples: How
many points to take from original curve to be used in reconstruction. |
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Least Squares Fit | |||
# Control Points: Number
of control points in the Re-Approximated curve. |