September 27, 2017 at 11:19 amnselvaraAnsys Employee
How do I use the Wrap around target option in the Project tool?
October 17, 2017 at 8:24 amcbhavsarAnsys Employee
The Wrap around target tool allows you to take planar curves or text and wrap them onto planes, cylinders, and cones. You may choose a surface target or establish a direction for the wrap. Curves can be wrapped onto geometry with per-existing imprinted wrapped curves. Surfaces may be used for wrapping, however only the surface edges are used to wrap around the target. To wrap a curve, text, or a surface around a target object: §Click the Project tool §Check ON the Wrap around target option §Click the curve, text or surface you want to wrap §Click the Select Direction tool guide and choose a direction, you will see purple lines on the target as a preview §Click the Complete tool guide or press the Enter key
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