Help getting a piece of corrugated iron to follow a curve

Hi can anyone help me been struggling with this for a couple of hrs now
I have a multi point spline. Representing the corrugated iron sheet. Which o have offset by .05mm to represent the thickness of the. Steel. This i am now trying to get to follow a curve shape. Unfortunatly with out success. Can any one help . If there is a faster way to draw the corrugated sheet that would also be helpful. 40 mm between ridges and 18 mm total depth. 1.2m wide
Thanks for your help in advance
Jay
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One way might be with circular pattern. Tricky business! But with careful planning… :smile:



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Hi thanks for your input i was cooking dinner pondering about this and i came up with an idea. Bingo. Only you beat me to it. Thanks a million for your input like you say tricky business but i was thinking how gears are drawn and this is simalar so happy days. Thankfully its a circle i wonder if it was a spline if you could still do it

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My input was as much for me as for you. Part of my learning process. Find a problem, resolve it. And actually I was hoping some of the others here might have a different method.

You could probably do a spline if you can replicate the arcs and snap them to the spline? Tedious but :man_shrugging:

Does this work for you using the Sweep tool?

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Hi tiger mike thanks for that its a great way for sweeping top to bottom but could you use same method for creating it on a curve so that the corrugation can get sweeped in a circle

Yes. Sketch an arc instead of a spline (as in my example) and do the sweep.
Or, simply use the Revolve tool and make the revolve a fraction of 360°.