Auto Ship Tutorial Video...Enjoy

Discussion in 'Software' started by tahtoh25, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. tahtoh25
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  2. justkho78
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    Hi, can we convert the model to CMD file if you import the model from dxf file in model maker? Thanks in advance.
     
  3. tahtoh25
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    Actually what i know that you can't import the dxf file into model maker only in autoship or autoyacht
     
  4. athvas
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    we can import dxf body plan into autoship (modelmaker) to get GF file.
     
  5. tahtoh25
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    may be from autoship you can import dxf file then you modify it and then insert it to autohydro.....but not direct from model maker
     
  6. athvas
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    i can't understand what your are saying..... once you get gf file in modelmaker you can use it in autohydro....
     

  7. TANSL
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    tahtoh25, I saw your video with interest and I have to say that, the video, is a big job that can help people.
    I would like to comment on one aspect rather than the video itself but something that I gather from it: the curve of righting levers, which appears at one point, suggests that the ship has an initial GMt very small, which is not possible given boat forms. Is there something wrong when calculating this curve, or I'm wrong in my deduction?.
     
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