Lets say, I have 2 pipes. I can also design a flexible pipe in a generative shape design using the Law tool Now I am not understanding how to draw a curve in 3D plane joining these two holes so that I can use a law function and create a flexible pipe joining the two hollow pipes.
Please tell me what tools I can use to draw the curve in a 3d plane.
Create two pipe with points and axis. Then connect this two pipe with connect curve or spline. When you move points or rotate axis, it will update itself.
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I don't know Catia, but this looks like it can be solved in 2D.
A new plane could be created which passes through the center of each pipe.
On the new plane, draw the centerline profile of the path you'd like it to take.
In SolidWorks, both Sweep, and Loft tools could generate the final solid part which follows the sketch drawn above.
Can you upload a step model of the pipes? Maybe there is some added complexity which I am not seeing from the isometric view?
Images and a step file are attached.
AttachmentsPipe.STEP, 1.05 MB
your method I have tried it but I felt that it was not giving the result I wanted. Like for example I am not able to manipulate the flexible pipe in any direction I wanted in 3D plane. Therefore I had said about creating a curve using which I can make changes to the pipe and its shape by pulling on the curve in the direction I want.
I have not uploaded the step file because what you have done is correct.