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How to find the intersection curve of two surfaces in Fusion 360?

A - answer How can I create an intersection curve (3D spline) between two general 3D surface planes?

One of methods how to find the intersection curve is the function "Split Surface" in the Surface panel. This tool splits one of the surfaces by cutting it with the second surface (you can also extend the cutting tool). The resulting intersection edge can be then acquired by projecting it (the function "Include 3D geometry") in the Sketch environment.

The procedure is illustrated in the video:

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See also:
Tip 12766:Lines with a single grip, incorrect osnaps, intersections, offsets, hatches - CheckLarge
Tip 10926:Self-intersecting polylines and polylines with duplicate vertices.
Tip 10054:Boolean operations on 2D polylines.
Tip 9357:Intersection of a 3D curve with a 3D surface in AutoCAD.
Tip 8322:How to extract intersection lines or edges from 3D objects?


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