I'm digitizing the die steel in the picture below. I'm running version 3.5 and attempting to do an edge scan. My current scan settings are 1 initial and 1 perm, so what it is doing is sampleling the top surface (one with the black marker) and then dropping down and taking the point on the surface I'm digitizing (one with the red line). It does appear to be compensating (learning) the vectors correctly for the initial hit on the top surface. My concern is it is not compensating (learning) the vectors for the actual surface I'm digitizing. It will not go around the curves, but just attempt to continue in the original vector. I did find out that if you up the initial and perm to 3 that it will take one sample point on the top surface, then take two sample points on the edge I'm digitizing to find the vector or the final edge point, but this method is taking to long. Is there a setting or something that will make the 1 initial and 1 perm method learn the vectors for both the top sampleing surface and the digitized edge? I've got about 20 of these things to do and those extra 2 points per hit add up. Thanks.

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