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Split a closed contour in GSD

Split a closed contour in GSD

Split a closed contour in GSD

Good evening all !

Fot the best part on the last hour I've been trying to split the closed contour which you can see below in 4 segments. I tried it with split function in GSD using either points or small lines (the points lie exactly on the contour. Please advise how can I do this.

Best regards,
Costin Ruja

RE: Split a closed contour in GSD

then split each result with point....

Eric N.
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RE: Split a closed contour in GSD

Perfect !

Thanks a lot !

Best regards,
Costin Ruja

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