Projects stripes onto a 3D model to analyze surface continuity.


The way the stripes line up where two surfaces meet helps analyze the tangency and curvature of the intersection.

In this example, the surface continuity is G0 because the surface edges are coincident, but they are not tangent and they have different curvatures. The fact that the stripes are not aligned shows that the surfaces are not tangent.

To change the zebra analysis display settings, use the Zebra Analysis tab of the Analysis Options dialog box.

List of Options

Select solids, surfaces to analyze
Specifies the 3D solid or surface objects that you want to analyze.
Turn off
Turns off the analysis color display for all objects that were selected for zebra analysis.