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## How do you plot a curve in Solidworks?

**Creating an Equation Driven Curve**

- On the Sketch toolbar, click the Spline flyout, and then select Equation Driven Curve or click Tools > Sketch Entities > Equation Driven Curve .
- Under Equation Type, select Explicit or Parametric. …
- Under Equation, specify the curve equation where:

## How do you merge Curves in Solidworks?

Click Composite Curve on the Curves toolbar, or click **Insert, Curve, Composite**. Click the items (sketch entities, edges, and so on) that you want to join. The selected items appear in the Composite Curve Property Manager, under Entities to Join in the Sketches, Edges, and Curves to Join box.

## How do you make a 3D spline?

**To create a spline in a 3D sketch:**

- Click 3D Sketch. (Sketch toolbar) or Insert > 3D Sketch.
- Click Spline. …
- Click to place the first spline point, then drag to sketch the spline. …
- Continue to place spline points and change planes if necessary.
- When the spline is complete, double-click to stop sketching.

## How do you close a curve in Solidworks?

If you want to close the curve, **select the Closed curve check box**. icon appears next to the curve name in the FeatureManager design tree.

## What is a disjoint curve?

Abstract: A **Heegaard splitting of a closed, orientable three-manifold** satisfies the disjoint curve property if the splitting surface contains an essential simple closed curve and each handlebody contains an essential disk disjoint from this curve [Thompson, 1999].

## What is Summit curve?

Summit curves are **vertical curves with gradient upwards**. Summit curve. Summit curves are vertical curves with gradient upwards. They are formed when two gradients meet as illus-trated in any of the following four ways: = when a positive gradient meets another positive gradient.

## How do you find gaps in Solidworks?

To select a gap, click to the Knit Surface icon . To select multiple gaps, **press CTRL before selecting gaps**. The gap is located on the component. To zoom in on a gap, right-click a selected gap in the PropertyManager and click Zoom to Selection.

## What is composite curve in Solidworks?

You can **create composite curves by combining curves, sketch geometry, and model edges into a single curve**. Click Composite Curve on the Curves toolbar, or click Insert, Curve, Composite. … Click the items (sketch entities, edges, and so on) that you want to join.