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Open Curve Offset
For procedural modeling, use the Open Curve Offset and Open Curve Offset Trio tools to create additional open curves parallel to an existing curve.
|1.||In Model layout, add a curve to your scene.|
|2.||Activate the Polygon selection mode, and double-click on the curve.|
|3.||With the curve selected, on the right panel open the Curves tab, and click Open Curve Offset|
Tip: If this option is not visible in the left panel. click and hold Open Curve Offset and click Open Curve Offset Trio.
|4.||Set the Offset to 111 mm and click OK.|
An additional curve is created parallel to the original curve.
|5.||Press Ctrl/Cmd + Z to undo.|
|6.||On the left panel, click-and-hold Open Curve Offset and select Open Curve Offset Trio.|
|7.||Set the Offset to 111 mm and click OK.|
Two new curves appear on either side of the original curve; one smaller and one larger than the original curve. Both curves are in the same layer in the Items list.
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