I am currently trying to complete this table leg where I have a profile that is convex on one axis, and concave on the other. I do not know how to get the faces to intersect properly with the resultant curve. Could someone please guide me on how to do so?
Is it meant to have a sharp corner? It wouldn’t be difficult to “hand stitch” it using the segment edges as inferencing guides, or to make two solid shapes, one “positive” and the other “negative” and substract the latter from the first with Solid tools.
If i’m understanding correctly,I don’t believe that method will work, as the concave plane and the convex plane are 90 degrees with respect to each other, they aren’t on opposite sides of the figure. The real life application of this will be when I route one face with a convex profile, then rotate the piece 90 degrees and route the concave profile next.
Might help to think about how you would do it in the shop. I would think about the convex shape on the right in Anssi’s screen shot as a cutter, maybe the volume of space a sharper cutter passes through to make the cut.