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nastiakos

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nastiakos    2

Hey guys,

 

I started making cornice (moulding) for building and faced the problem that can not regulate profile orientation of this :(  

 

I did a profile and did a path to put this profile but it worked really weird (i attached a pictures)

Can anybody help me to solve this problem?

 

I would appreciate any help :)

Снимок экрана 2017-09-08 в 14.59.34.jpg

Снимок экрана 2017-09-08 в 14.59.48.jpg

Снимок экрана 2017-09-08 в 14.49.37.jpg

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munna    7

enable axis and rotate the profile.

 

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nastiakos    2
19 minutes ago, munna said:

enable axis and rotate the profile.

 

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thank you for your reply,

 

but i cannot find anything like enabling axis button in here. Where it has to be located? I was searching under sweep parameters. Could you explain a bit more?

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munna    7

see this....

 

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Screen Shot 2017-09-08 at 5.51.12 PM.jpg

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nastiakos    2
2 minutes ago, munna said:

see this....

 

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Screen Shot 2017-09-08 at 5.51.12 PM.jpg

Oh it was so easy

 

thank you so much! i just did not think about this button :)

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munna    7

happy.... it was helpful.

 

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Cerbera    1,009

Top Tip: Always draw profile splines for use in sweeps in the Front orthographic view, with the outside facing towards the right, and it will always be the right way round when you sweep it, and no axis adjustment will be necessary.

 

CBR

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