I’ve to build a 3D model compatible with Creo starting from very complex draw made in illustrator.
Of course i struggled days over the process but now seams working.
This is my process:
- Importing the Illustrator draw via Ai file format
- rebuilding the Crvs with the RebuildCrvNonUniform
- culling the duplicated points (by GH)
- creating a new crv from the culled points (by GH)
- then FlowAlongSrf to wrap the extruded drawing on the shape.
- Exporting the 3D in STEP file format.
I also discovered that breaking the shape in more smaller srfs with a short distance from the edge and the trim loop make the import in Creo more relailable.
Does make it sense from a mathematical point of view?
How’s in charge of the STEP file format? (maybe @chuck )