Creating hull form from not so good lines plan

Discussion in 'Software' started by Jure29, Sep 20, 2017.

  1. TANSL
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    It is almost impossible or, at least, very laborious. Not worth it. In addition, tighter results are obtained using several patches.
     
  2. Jure29
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    I know it's hard and much work bit when you get a hang of it it's easy.
    Im having a problem with every lines plan i find, cause the lines are not interesecting so much work to get the lines new from it. Im practicing and learning kniw before i go to creating a project which is gonna be produced and used.
     
  3. TANSL
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    Many years ago mathematicians began to think about how to find the equation that mathematically defined the surfaces of the hull. They believed that the problem lay in that the memory of the computers of that time was not enough to store the complicated polynomials they were creating. Finally someone, very intelligent, realized that it was much more manageable to work with various patches and that, in addition, these, with many less points, fit much better to the hull. My advice is to abandon the idea of creating a single surface. You will never get it.
    If you want to show me some of the lines plan that represent problems, maybe I can help you manage and improve them.
     
  4. Jure29
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    Im working on them so when im finished ill send them.
    Still learning the rhino and all about its capabilities.
    Everytime i start to learn more something from work or life comes in. Ill probably goe to college to get a degree and learn much of the begining of designing.
     

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    Can you make a video tutorial please.
     
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