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Merge Points on Internal Lines

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Join Overlapping Points

Merge to Point

Merge to Average

Intersect & Merge

 

Objective

Join or merge two open points on Internal Lines.

※ Note: When a point on the Internal Line is open, it is hollow, whereas when a point on the Internal Line is closed, it is filled. 


Location

Main Menu ▶ 2D Pattern ▶ Edit ▶ Transform Pattern / Edit Pattern

2D Toolbar ▶  Transform Pattern /   Edit Pattern 


Operation

Join Overlapping Points

  1. Follow the indicated guideline below:

    Main Menu ▶ 2D Pattern ▶ Edit ▶ Transform Pattern / Edit Pattern

    2D Toolbar ▶  Transform Pattern /   Edit Pattern 

  2. Select overlapping points and right click to access the pop-up menu. Then, select Join Overlapping Points.
    → Two overlapping points are joined and closed.

Merge to Point

  1. Follow the indicated guideline below:

    Main Menu ▶ 2D Pattern ▶ Edit ▶ Edit Pattern

    2D Toolbar ▶   Edit Pattern 

  2. Select two points on Internal Lines to be merged.
     
  3. Right click on the point which the other point should be merged to. When the pop-up menu appears, select Merge to Point.
    → The point is merged to the right-clicked point.
     

Merge to Average

  1. Follow the indicated guideline below:

    Main Menu ▶ 2D Pattern ▶ Edit ▶ Edit Pattern

    2D Toolbar ▶  Edit Pattern 

  2. Select two points on the Internal Lines to be merged. Then, right click on either point to access the pop-up menu and select Merge to Average.
    → The selected points are merged to their average point.

Intersect & Merge

  1. Follow the indicated guideline below:

    Main Menu ▶ 2D Pattern ▶ Edit ▶ Edit Pattern

    2D Toolbar ▶  Edit Pattern 

  2. Select two points to be merged.

  3. Right click on the points to access the pop-up menu and select Intersect & Merge.
    → The selected points are shortened or extended maintaining their current slope and are merged where they intersect.

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