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Both side margins
Create a margin on both sides of the base curve
Automatically add a margin on both sides. They will be created with uniform offset, you can later
edit the resulting margins according to your needs.
- Select the curve to add the margin to.
- Set the offset option in the command line.
- The margins will be added on the model
- Offset: the offset used to create the margin. This will be an uniform offset that can
be later edited as needed.