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Re: NURBS Package Available

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  • From: BobDuke <gita.hercogiene at>
  • Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 06:28:17 -0400 (EDT)
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This package (IGES export of splines) is exactly what I need, but unfortunately the link is dead and a lengthy Google search did not reveal another source.

If anyone still has a copy of this package I'd be very grateful for a copy sent by email!!!

Many, many thanks in advance,
Robert.Herzog (at)

On Wednesday, August 20, 2008 10:05:00 AM UTC+2, blac... at wrote:
> It has been suggested a number of times that the ability to "export"
> analytic surfaces to a CAD interchange format (IGES, STEP, DXF, etc)
> would be valuable.  I have developed a package that enables one to
> create and export B-spline curves and surfaces based on user-supplied
> control points, data points, or analytic functions.  The idea is that
> the user has control over the creation of the B-spline object, and so
> the creation of the IGES file and its fidelity in the CAD package is
> completely predictable.
> It will be located at my website,  It is a
> work in progress, so please be kind, and be sure to leave some
> constructive comments.
> The package was developed in part with assistance from Wolfram
> Research staff, as part of their 2008 Advanced Mathematica Summer
> School.
> Steve B

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