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    Default Help w/ Ogee edge

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    Hi, I am new here (love it already)... I need help creating an ogee edge to go around sort of like an u-shape. I have attached a drawing, if you could please look at it. I have drawn the profile I need in 3D and I drew a simple 3D box of where I would like to have the profile placed. I could extrude my side view of the profile, but how do I make it go around so that it follows an u-shape? Thank you in advanced for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by controversia View Post
    Hi, I am new here (love it already)... I need help creating an ogee edge to go around sort of like an u-shape. I have attached a drawing, if you could please look at it. I have drawn the profile I need in 3D and I drew a simple 3D box of where I would like to have the profile placed. I could extrude my side view of the profile, but how do I make it go around so that it follows an u-shape? Thank you in advanced for your help.
    Hey, something like this???
    Let me know if this is what you are chasing and I will tell you how to do it. Or better still contact me and I will send you the drawing.
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    Yeah! thank you, can you tell me how you acomplished that? you can email me at cimanager@hotmail.com

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    Default I Got It !!!

    Ok!!! I got it finally!!! uff!! I guess it worked with the "sweep" command...I got it from another thread. It's for a fireplace design, take a look at my rendering...man I haven't done this in a while!
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    Default Got it!

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    This is what I was trying to acomplish at the bottom of the legs. Thanks again
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