.fbm to .IGES convertion (DelftShip to Rhino 3D)

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  1. PI Design
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    Thanks very much, greatly appreciated!
     
  2. jcruz81291
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    Please Help With the Same Problem

    If anyone could please convert this to a .iges file I would be extremely grateful.

    Jordan
     

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    .IGES Surfaces and DXF meshes

    Please find attached the relevant requested files
     

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    Adler,
    Thank you so much. This was very helpful.

    Jordan
     
  5. Sillouete
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    Hello, since this thread is up, I thought it there was no need for a new one just to get some help on the same topic

    I was wondering if anyone could convert this file from Delftship to an IGES file. Any help appreciated!
     

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    It wouldn't load for me.
    What version of Delftship was it created with?
     
  7. Sillouete
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    It was created with the Delftship Free Version 6.13.242
     
  8. Adler
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    Info

    Reply if you need more assistance.
     

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  9. Leo Lazauskas
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    You might have to enter the displacement manually in the Michlet file.
    The conversion gave it a value of 0.0 which gives an error in Michlet.
     
  10. Adler
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    Sillouete hadn't define any thickness on the file.
    I did just the file conversion to the given data and then wrote the comment "Reply if you need more assistance".
    I suppose a displacement around of 0.290 tons and at full 0.650 ?
    Anyway, Sillouete should had an input there.
     
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    To be more specific
    Displacement 0.286 tons
    Max. Displacement 0.605 tons
     
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  12. Sillouete
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    I could swear I posted back here a while ago to say thank you for converting the file. I really appreciate that.

    I modified the hull a little bit to fix some rough surfaces and I was wondering if its not too much trouble to convert the new one. Also, is there any way I can do this on my own since I'll be testing different geometries and surfaces with computational fluid dynamics, so I'm sure I'll be converting a lot.

    Anyway thank you very much for your assistance.
     

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    Your new request.
     

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    Thank you very much!
     

  15. Mikko Brummer
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    Hello,

    I would need a model of the Laser hull. I found one in Delftship's free models, but only in the .fbm-format. Could someone please convert this for me, .IGS or STL or similar, which I could use?

    Likewise for the S&S 6m? Thank you in advance.
     

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