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Convert GSD spline to Part sketch

Convert GSD spline to Part sketch

Convert GSD spline to Part sketch

(OP)
Hello,

I used the GSD_PointSplineLoftFromExcel file to create a spline. It has imported into the part as a "GeometricalFromExcel" Object.

I can't move or edit the points or spline that were generated. My desire is to move this spline around as you would any line that you create in a Part sketch. I eventually will join this spline with other lines to create a bell. I do not want to create a wire-frame; which i understand is what GSD is used for?

Attached is a picture of what the specification tree looks like.

Thanks for the help,

Bob


RE: Convert GSD spline to Part sketch

Isolate the points and you should be able to move them as you wish. (Right click and Isolate)

RE: Convert GSD spline to Part sketch

(OP)
"Isolate the points and you should be able to move them as you wish. (Right click and Isolate)"

I isolated the spline but was not permitted to move it.


RE: Convert GSD spline to Part sketch

drop the compass on the isolated geometry, when it turns green use it to move the object(s).

regards,
LWolf

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