There are extra slices on nontangent sections, such as spherical to conical transitions, while machining surfaces with a helical toolpath. You can create a single toolpath with a helix, increasing surface quality.
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Learn how to use the Warp tool to distort a sphere and a cylinder into the shape of a power drill in this Creo Parametric tutorial. Also, learn how to use a few different Warp tools such as, Transform, Stretch, Sculpt and Spline. Surfacing tools such as merge to further define the shape will also be used.... (Show more)(Show less)
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