What is spline body?
T-spline is a mathematical model for defining freeform surfaces in computer graphics. A T-spline surface is a type of surface defined by a network of control points where a row of control points is allowed to terminate without traversing the entire surface. The control net at a terminated row resembles the letter “T”.
What creates a T-Spline solid or surface body from a profile and a path?
The Sweep command creates a T-Spline body by sweeping edges or sketch curves along a selected path. You select sketch curves or profiles, select the path to sweep along, then specify percentage length of the path and the number of faces.
Why do you use spline in Fusion 360?
The Fit Point Spline really comes in handy when creating reference geometry for the loft command, the sweep command, and when simply creating organic sketch profiles that you’ll want to extrude. Select the profile or planar face then specify the distance to extrude.
How do you fully define a spline?
A Spline sketch is defined by its continuously changing curvature. Points are placed to shape the curve. Unlike standard geometry, it is common to leave Splines under defined in sketches. It can be complex to constrain the curve whilst maintaining a smooth, free flowing shape.
Where does Fusion 360 store your data?
All files that are saved in Fusion 360 are stored in the cloud, which can be accessed by visiting Fusion Team. For missing files, see Projects, folders, or files are missing from Fusion 360. The Data Panel is where all data can be found within the Fusion application.
How do you do a 3D sketch in Fusion 360?
Create a 3D Sketch in Fusion 360
- Select the Solid tab in the Design workspace. Select Create Sketch in the toolbar.
- Select the initial plane or face to begin the sketch on.
- Check the 3D Sketch box in the Sketch Palette.