Tutorial: Acceleration Connections (G3) in Style

Acceleration Connections (G3) in Style


Acceleration Connections (G3) in Style

You can define a new acceleration connection between curve-to-curve, curve-to-surface, and curve-to-edge. This is available in Interpolation and Control Point modes for free, planar, or COS curves. You can define an acceleration connection between two surfaces. In both of these cases, an arrow glyph represents the new acceleration connection. Acceleration connections give you additional control to create geometry.

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