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How to model an object to follow a curve/path

(Using Blender 3.6.12) Approach The outline of the object to extrude (in light orange at the far right side) can be simplified in a right-angled trapezoid. It is expected to rotate only around the ...
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How do I maintain Bezier circle resolution when selecting fill mode "none" for processing with Geometry Nodes?

I honestly can't understand what exactly you're trying to do here (it may be an XY problem), but your question about why Fillet Curve works so strangely here is ...
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Curve bevel only beveling half a circle

In Blender 4.0, this is in the Data panel > Shape > Fill mode > Full
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Extrude curve look wrong

I find out why it happen, It because of the material, the face still there but it is invisible.
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Extrude curve look wrong

The top and bottom aren't filled. 1)Select the curve 2)Go to 'Object Data Properties' 3)Select '2D' 4)Go to 'Geometry' and enter an extrude value greater than zero. 5)Under 2D>'fill mode'> ...
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Correct use of Merge by Distance in Geometry Nodes, with smooth joining sites

To merge two curves at their ends in Geometry Nodes smoothly without creating angles: Align Endpoints: Make sure the endpoints of your curves are close together using the Set Position node. Convert ...
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How can I create a loop with a pathcurve set as a bevel for an archemedian curve object?

Your bevel object needs to be correctly oriented: Also you'll need to tilt some of the spiral vertices: You could also create your object with a mesh and the Screw modifier:
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Is it possible to animate a curve along it's own path?

You can animate the Start & End Mapping values with some keyframes:
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Volume Clouds failed to show up even after I set Its Geometry Nodes right

Before solving the problem, you should reduce the size of the cloud curve - yours is 6010 m wide and 3352 m high, the original is just ca. 71 m × 40 m. As soon as you would get this volumetrics to ...
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