Macro Monday: Oberon Curveworks

July 28, 2008

If you regularly work with files loaded with lots of curve object and nodes, you should definitely check out the Oberon Curveworks macro. It contains a number of different functions that you might find useful.

  • Remove Overlap and Remove Intersections
  • Connect Curves and Join Curves
  • Fuse Curves
  • Explode
  • Cut Curves
  • Fillet and Chamfer
  • Cleanup Nodes
  • Curve Statistics

Even if one of these functions solves a problem for you, the macro is worth buying. Most likely, you’ll find a number of the functions will save you time and trouble. Give it a look!

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