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Changing Shapes Of Scanned Object - Creating A Nurb Surface (swf)
Changing Shapes Of Scanned Object - Creating A Nurb Surface (swf)
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Aligning Clouds With Constraints
Aligning Clouds With Constraints
This task shows you how to align a cloud of points with a target by defining constraints (made of pairs of points, lines or planes) based on canonic shapes (points, lines, planes, spheres, cylinders). When such shapes can be used, this kind of alignment is quicker than the other types (Align with Cloud, with Surface, with Points, with Spheres) proposed by V5. This operation is useful with mechanical shapes, where canonic shapes can be defined.
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Changing Shapes Of Scanned Object - Cutting The Surface (swf)
Changing Shapes Of Scanned Object - Cutting The Surface (swf)
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Imagine & Shape Flash Presentation
Imagine & Shape Flash Presentation
Discover our revolutionary application dedicated to easy and intuitive design of objects, based on subdivision surfaces.
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Worm
Worm
A screw-shaped gear.
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How To Create A Prism In Catia V5
How To Create A Prism In Catia V5
Free login required. Here`s a method for creating a prism shape using one sketch and a few solid and surface features.
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Deleting Unwanted Points Using Digital Shape Editor (swf)
Deleting Unwanted Points Using Digital Shape Editor (swf)
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Tips To Align Clouds
Tips To Align Clouds
This chapter lists a few tips to align a cloud with another cloud, or a cloud with surfaces. These recommendations apply to clouds or to a cloud and surfaces that have similar shapes, where the cloud to align will cover the other cloud or the surfaces.
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Changing Shapes Of Scanned Object - Surface Manipulation (swf)
Changing Shapes Of Scanned Object - Surface Manipulation (swf)
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