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    hi ! I have a Arc (blue) and a ellipse (yellow),now I want connect them into a close path (intend for use instruction like sweep or revolve) but I can't joint it anymore. What instruction I should do for connect/joint them ? Thanks.

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    Well, the first issue is that you can't join an arc and an ellipse, but to make matters worse, it appears as though your arc and ellipse are in two different X,Y planes. You can't join objects that lie in different planes, so even if you change your PELLIPSE variable to 1 and then recreate the ellipse as a polyline, you still won't be able to join it with the arc.
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    You can use the free tool PEDIT3D - download from www.ant-ares.de
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    Ecellant, scj!

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