This seems like a major limitation. I wasn’t expecting complex tools to build curves from arbitrary formulas, but I’d be pretty happy with some power user functionality and the ability to switch the type of curve/spline (quadratic, cubic, etc) so that the control points can more easily be used to build basic geometric surfaces like parabolas and hyperbolas.
I mean really if I want a nice organic looking hyperbola surface I shouldn’t need to build it in Blender, use some conversion tools/plugins to export from blender into STEP format, and then import into Shapr3D via iCloud files, because I can’t rely on airdrop, some other CAD viewer app hijacks the airdrop extents or mimetype or however Apple decided iOS would chose which app to open files on the iPad with by default.
All of that in order to continue editing the rest of my design in Shapr3D which is honestly one of the nicest 3D editors I’ve ever used. It really ruins the enjoyment I’ve had being able to work on the go, enjoying the ease of input using the Apple Pencil.
Is this kind of functionality likely to be part of the upcoming improvements to curve editing? Or is that going to focus on other aspects of the curve editing experience?