I’ve been working in Rhino (version 5.14) and somehow created a curve that reacts different to the control points than usual.
The weight of all points are the same and so are the degrees.
What can be the difference?
Unusual curve.3dm (28.1 KB)
If the control points and weights and degree are the same then the only thing left is the knot structure. Run the command ConvertToBeziers and you should be able to see the internal structure of the 2 curves is different. Each Bezier span is a knot span in the original curves.
I’m note sure what ConvertToBeziers does, because the curve stays the same, it is ‘only’ split in smaller curves.
It is indeed the knots though, I have changed the curve with the command MakeUniform, to adjust it to the ‘normal’ curve.
Thank you a lot.
one has uniform knots while the other non uniform. if you use MakeUniform on the one which has non uniform knots they both look the same.
What it should do for you is show you that the 2 curves are made up of smaller curve pieces which are not the same.
Hi Pascal - the curve with the ‘sharper’ corners is non-uniforn in knot structure - if you run
MakeUniform on it is will be like the other curve.
Open NURBS curve
start = (10846.807,39935.364,0.000)
end = (10846.807,52722.739,13400.000)
degree = 3
control points: non-rational, count=9
knots: non-uniform, domain = 0.000 to 25000.000 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Here
clamped at start and end
The `List command will show you the actual knot values.