Make several lines into one, not using join

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I would like to create a single crv from several ones, but I want it to honestly be a single crv in the end.
When I use “join,” sometimes I can’t do certain things because Rhino will go back to picking only one of the original crvs, even though they are joined now.
Hope that makes sense.

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(Lando Schumpich) #2

Hello @Izabela,
If your curves are g2 continuous in their starts/ends (you can check with “gcon” command) you can merge two curves into one using “Matchcurve” with the join option

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(Diego Krause) #3

I think you are looking for the _Rebuild command.

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(Wim Dekeyser) #4

Apart from what has been said, in a previous example that you posted, you had polycurves consisting of straight lines and true arcs. I would probably want to keep these as they are in a polycurve. But it all depends on the intend. You should probably provide more information about your workflow and about the “certain things” you can’t do with your polycurves.

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(David Cockey) #5

Rebuild almost always changes the shape of a curve or polycurve.

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