I Could not understand exactly what you have in hand, but in Pro/E you can
create surfaces using create/surface/advanced/boundries/ command by using a set
of curves (closed or open). using blend command is not a necessity.
under the following menu there exists options to create surfaces with
different configurations.Suggest you to look at these commands and in the manual
there is explanation of each command.
Hope these helps
Ali Erkin Kutlu
> Dear List,
> I have some CAD-related problems with ProE and I hope one of you will be
> able to help me or point me in the right direction. I have created
> iges-curves in Mimics based on CT-data and I am trying to create a solid
> 3D-model in ProE through blending. When I export the curves from Mimics,
> they are all of the same type and with the same number of control points,
> which is needed by ProE. When I import the iges-file into ProE, I get all
> curves in the right location but when I try to use them for blending, the
> number of control points have changed so it is no longer possible to use the
> blend command. I know there is suppose to be an other way of doing this but
> I don't know how. If any of you have any experience with this or knows what
> I am talking about, please let me know.
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