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TsMatch CurvatureParamWeight option

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TsMatch CurvatureParamWeight option

Postby Vkav » Mon Jun 20, 2016 5:15 am

Hi guys!

Can somebody explain in a few words what does CurvatureParamWeight option in TsMatch means and how to use it in practice? (It appears when I choose G2 continuity)
I can't search any info about it and during the tests I can't see any differences playing with this option.

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Re: TsMatch CurvatureParamWeight option

Postby Nicholas North » Tue Jun 21, 2016 11:36 am

CurvatureParamWeight adjusts how much the surface parameterization affects the curvature computation. Normally, a value of 0, the default, is appropriate, but if your surfaces have very different parametizations then you can try a higher weight, up to 1.0.

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