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Modifying Segment Curvature or Angles

Editing the Curvature of a Straight Segment

To add curvature to a straight line segment in a manufacture-style flattened route:
  1. In the Edit Flattened Route PropertyManager, select the segment and select Adjust Curvature .

  2. Set the Edit Position Percentage to 30 percent.
  3. Set the Radius to 40 mm.
  4. Set the Bend Angle to 30 degrees.
  5. Click Apply.

  6. Click .


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