Surface Modeling using Boundaries
You can create a surface by defining its boundaries in one or two directions.You can select datum curves, datum points, solid, or surface edges asboundaries.
You can apply Edge Tangency conditions for aligning the shape of the surfacewith the adjoining geometry. Continuity conditions like tangency or curvaturecontinuity are usually defined at the ends of the surface. This help you defineconstraints to the surface with the adjacent surfaces, edges, or curves. Youcan modify the surface geometry to smoothen the surface patches that arecreated.
You can create different types of surfaces using boundaries.
The surface is a blend between reference entities that areselected, such as datum curves. You can create blended surfaces inone or two directions.
The surface created follows the geometric rules of conics.These are used in special cases such as styling products where asmooth transition is required between surfaces.
The blended surface is approximated through some fitcurves and by specifying a smoothening factor.
The surface is defined using more than four boundary edges.
Create advanced surfaces using the Advancedoption in the Insert drop-down menu.