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    Quote Originally Posted by eldon View Post
    Doesn't BLEND create a spline? Whereas the OP appeared to want two arcs.
    I do like your solution, quickest and easiest. No need to draw the diagonal line, just snap using the mid point between two points modifier in the osnaps.

    FWIW - The OP didn't mention arcs, just wanted an S curve.
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    Some solutions




    R1=R2 (off^2+dist^2)/(4*off)


    (off^2=dist^2)/(2*off) - R1 = R2 where R1 is known


    AB= ( 2*off*(R1+R2) )^0.5 length of sloping line.
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