gCAD3D for design simple surfaces and hull

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  1. pafurijaz
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    Hi, it's been a few days since I figured out how to use gCAD3D, an opensource CAD that allows you to create NUBRS surfaces by drawing or with the manual editor, I did some tests and I think it can be an alternative to create simple hulls, because it allows you to have an excellent precision in inserting vertices and lines and also in drawing curves.
    This program might be appreciated by those who prefer to enter coordinates and values with the use of text.
    It has an intuitive and simple set of commands, and once you understand the basics it is also possible to better understand the use of the CAD environment.
    I did several tests and I must say that I did not think I would be able to build a hull until a few months ago.
    I started looking at the manual and understood the basics in a few hours.
    It is certainly not easy initially but FreeShip is also not simple or FreeCAD, perhaps for some this might be easier to use.
    gCAD3D has several functions and exports to other formats such as IGES and STEP, it is not a stable program, however it is very light and multi-platform, and can create basic surfaces quickly and easily. Being built on a simple language it is easy to edit and control parameters and create functions to control.
    It will take a while before I start mastering the program for some as it has been for me but after that I think it's also fun to use. the installation for Linux is only 1.6Mb to download and for the manual click in the links in this topic
    Here are some tests made with this program and with the code I created with the internal manual editor and its CAD.

    My first spiline created with text editor
    [​IMG]

    and this is the gCAD3D code for this BSpline

    S20=BSP P(-260 -13. 5) P(-209 22 5) P(-137 10 8) P(-14 0.91 12) P(102 61 14)
    this is my first Gordon surface
    [​IMG]

    and this is the code of this
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    This is a comparison Green surface made with gCAD3D via code and Red surface created with Moi3D and command surface from network curves created with gCAD3D.
    [​IMG]
    the code but a bit different from image above

    # 2021/12/30-10:57:18
    # model unknown
    S20=BSP P(-260 -13 5) P(-209 22 5) P(-137 10 8) P(-14 0.91 12) P(102 61 14)
    S21=BSP P(-260 -13 5) P(-260 -13 0) P(-260 0 0) P(-260 5 0) P(-260 20 5)
    S22=BSP P(-260 20 5) P(-209 102 5) P(-137 100 8) P(-14 99.91 12) P(102 161 14)
    S23=BSP P(102 61 14) P(100 61 0) P(99.3435202 72.77655454) P(99.5593045 90.21315138) P(102 161 14)
    S24=BSP P(-29.752 -1.039 11.477) P(-41.51321598 52.72765114 -8.944436762) P(-58.355 94.812 10.734)
    A20=BSP U(S20 S22) U(S21 S24 S23)
    ATTS "C00ff00" A20

    these are an other simple test and simple solids and surfaces

    [​IMG]

    the code of above image

    # 2021/12/30-17:29:56
    # Precision input
    P20=0,0,0
    P21=250,0,0
    P22=500,0,0
    P23=250,0,250
    P24=250,1000,350
    S20=BSP P(0 0 250) P(100 570 280) P(250 1000 350)
    S21=BSP P(500 0 250) P(250 1000 350)
    C20=P(250 0 250) 250 D(RY)
    L20=P(250 1000 350) P(250 1000 850)
    L22=P(250 0 250) P(250 250 250)
    R(RY P24)
    C21=ARC P(P24) ANG(0) ANG(-180) 50 CW
    L21=P(0 150 0) P(100 150 0)
    R(RZ)
    A20=SRV R(L21) C21 180 360 0 1 CW
    A21=SRU C20 D(L22)
    A22=SRU L20 D(L21)
    ATTS "C001155" A20
    ATTS "C0044FF" A21
    ATTS "C990000" A22

    [​IMG]


    the code of this test above

    # 2021/12/31-11:12:52
    # Solid and surfaces


    B20=CON P(0 1000 0) P(0 1000 500) VAL(250) VAL(25)
    B21=SPH P(500 0 250) 250
    B22=TOR P(1100 0 100) D(RZ) VAL(250) VAL(100)
    R20=PERP P(0 500 0) D(RZ) D(RX) 50
    L20=P(500 500 0) P(500 500 1000) UNL
    A20=SPH RZ 250 60 360 0 180
    L21=P(500 1000 0) P(500 1000 500)
    A21=CYL R(L21) 250 75 360 500 1
    S20=BSP P(1289 930 0) P(1277 1423 0) P(958 1965 0) P(1200 2562 0)
    S21=BSP P(1929 949 250) P(1938 1324 250) P(1840 1835 250) P(2156 2573 250)
    S22=BSP P(2651 898 0) P(2451 1513 0) P(2586 1916 0) P(2723 2576 0)
    A22=BSP U(S20 S21 S22) VAL(2)


    And this is my first try of a hull with few #BSpline created few minute ago

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    The hull exported to IGES and imported in FreeCAD

    [​IMG]

    Greetings
     
  2. pafurijaz
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    Wow, look here the surface created in gCAD3D (green) is essential and precise, the red one generated with the network of curves by Moi3D is full of control points, and the one created with gCAD3D the surface intersects and touches all profiles like the central one of the hull while remaining very simple. I am shocked.
    [​IMG]

    the code of hull with few comments. you can copy this and paste in the gCAD3D under MAN internal text editor

    # 2022/01/02-18:54:17
    #Row boat Half Hull
    L20=P(18 300 530) P(4200 15 680) #Ref_01
    L21=P(1920 0 400) P(1920 600 400) #Ref_02
    S20=BSP P(18 300 530) P(1920 600 400) P(4200 15 680) #Sheer
    S21=BSP P(18 300 530) P(19 150 300) P(25 15 100) #Ref_Transom
    S22=BSP P(18 300 530) P(69.42018057 313.7494539 421.6518722) P(129.9484041 256.0508578 310.8195596) P(169.7794948 98.9142556 257.5078143) P(238.8169239 15 114.4078664) #Transom

    L22=P(-87.13365993 0 739.6318644) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    L23=P(-306.9228912 0 1152.528285) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    S23=BSP P(S20 PTS(2)) P(4195.840376 0 284.1636974) P(4161.304648 0 102.8511256) P(3992.942975 0 33.77966971) #Bow
    S25=BSP P(S23 PTS(2)) P(S22 PTS(2)) #keel

    S26=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(S25 0.543795)
    S27=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(1925.13175 497.7201018 221.1976354) P(1937.604449 331.2659655 151.6661597) P(S25 0.543795)
    A20=BSP U(S23 S27 S22) U(S20 S25) #Gordon surfaces with BSpline Networks
    ATTS "C002299" A20 #surfaces color attribute
     
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  3. Tops
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    Tops Junior Member

    Hello PF,
    Thank you for another excellent software demonstration. I have has this program on my computer for years but never spent any time learning it.
     
  4. pafurijaz
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    Thanks I'm glad it can be useful, with gCAD3D it's fun and I'm still learning, I'm impressed by the program, below I improved the hull a bit, and being parametric via text the changes are pretty simple. 
here I have constrained the curve of the transom to a plane and I have made the mirroring of the lines to make the other half
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
    Below the new gCAD code

    # 2022/01/02-18:54:17
    #Row boat Half Hull
    L20=P(18 300 530) P(4200 15 680) #Ref_01
    L21=P(1920 0 400) P(1920 600 400) #Ref_02
    S20=BSP P(18 300 530) P(1920 600 400) P(4200 15 680) #Sheer
    S21=BSP P(18 300 530) P(19 150 300) P(25 15 100) #Ref_Transom

    L22=P(-87.13365993 0 739.6318644) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    R20=P(L22 0.625108) D(L22) #ContructionP-Transom
    R20 #Active CPlane
    S22=BSP P(S21 PTS(1)) P(-132.0681077 254.7077813) P(-63.14105146 121.2548258) P(41.34761996 51.12785859) P(143.3337226 15 -0.4618833717) #Transom
    RZ #Rest CP

    L23=P(-306.9228912 0 1152.528285) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    S23=BSP P(S20 PTS(2)) P(4195.840376 15 284.1636974) P(4161.304648 15 102.8511256) P(3992.942975 15 33.77966971) #Bow
    S25=BSP P(S23 PTS(2)) P(S22 PTS(2)) #keel

    S26=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(S25 0.543795)
    S27=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(1925.13175 497.7201018 221.1976354) P(1937.604449 331.2659655 151.6661597) P(S25 0.543795)
    S28=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(3632.061293 143.42442 256.9858662) P(S25 0.096039)
    #S29=BSP P(S22 0.399902) P(S27 0.25) P(S24 0.28125) P(S23 0.125)
    #S30=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(S25 0.096039)
    #S31=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(S25 0.096039)
    L24=P(1131.289 15 95.240) P(1131.289 15 800)
    R21=P(L24 PTS(1)) D(L24)
    R21
    S24=BSP P(290.1290258 643.425509) P(99.1806746 584.165677) P(4.803903314 274.6976651) P(-54.45592982 46.4375712)
    RZ
    A20=BSP U(S20 S25) U(S23 S28 S27 S22) #Gordon surfaces with BSpline Networks

    #Mirror BSpiline
    S32=MIR S20 RY
    S33=MIR S25 RY
    S34=MIR S23 RY
    S35=MIR S28 RY
    S36=MIR S27 RY
    S37=MIR S22 RY
    A21=BSP U(S32 S33) U(S34 S35 S36 S37)
    ATTS "C002299" A20 #surfaces color attribute

     
  5. pafurijaz
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    Here the hull completed also with lofting of keel

    # 2022/01/02-18:54:17
    #Row boat Half Hull
    L20=P(18 300 530) P(4200 15 680) #Ref_01
    L21=P(1920 0 400) P(1920 600 400) #Ref_02
    S20=BSP P(18 300 530) P(1920 600 400) P(4200 15 680) #Sheer
    S21=BSP P(18 300 530) P(19 150 300) P(25 15 100) #Ref_Transom

    L22=P(-87.13365993 0 739.6318644) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    R20=P(L22 0.625108) D(L22) #ContructionP-Transom
    R20 #Active CPlane
    S22=BSP P(S21 PTS(1)) P(-132.0681077 254.7077813) P(-63.14105146 121.2548258) P(41.34761996 51.12785859) P(143.3337226 15 -0.4618833717) #Transom
    RZ #Rest CP

    L23=P(-306.9228912 0 1152.528285) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    S23=BSP P(S20 PTS(2)) P(4195.840376 15 284.1636974) P(4161.304648 15 102.8511256) P(3992.942975 15 33.77966971) #Bow
    S25=BSP P(S23 PTS(2)) P(S22 PTS(2)) #keel

    S26=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(S25 0.543795)
    S27=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(1925.13175 497.7201018 221.1976354) P(1937.604449 331.2659655 151.6661597) P(S25 0.543795)
    S28=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(3632.061293 143.42442 256.9858662) P(S25 0.096039)
    #S29=BSP P(S22 0.399902) P(S27 0.25) P(S24 0.28125) P(S23 0.125)
    #S30=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(S25 0.096039)
    #S31=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(S25 0.096039)
    L24=P(1131.289 15 95.240) P(1131.289 15 800)
    R21=P(L24 PTS(1)) D(L24)
    R21
    S24=BSP P(290.1290258 643.425509) P(99.1806746 584.165677) P(4.803903314 274.6976651) P(-54.45592982 46.4375712)
    RZ
    A20=BSP U(S20 S25) U(S23 S28 S27 S22) #Gordon surfaces with BSpline Networks

    #Mirror BSpiline
    S32=MIR S20 RY
    S33=MIR S25 RY
    S34=MIR S23 RY
    S35=MIR S28 RY
    S36=MIR S27 RY
    S37=MIR S22 RY
    A21=BSP U(S32 S33) U(S34 S35 S36 S37)
    A22=BSP U(S23 S34)
    A23=BSP U(S25 S33)
    A24=BSP U(S22 S37)
    ATTS "C002299" A20 #surfaces color attribute
    ATTS "C002299" A22
    ATTS "C002299" A23
    ATTS "C002299" A24


    [​IMG]

    And a test with PolyCAD
    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2022
  6. pafurijaz
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    Hi to all, I've update this hull now with more comments on gCAD3D code
    [​IMG]

    # 2022/01/02-18:54:17
    #Row boat Half Hull
    L20=P(18 300 530) P(4200 15 680) #Ref_01
    L21=P(1920 0 400) P(1920 600 400) #Ref_02
    S20=BSP P(18 300 530) P(1920 600 400) P(4200 15 680) #Sheer
    S21=BSP P(18 300 530) P(19 150 300) P(25 15 100) #Ref_Transom

    L22=P(-87.13365993 0 739.6318644) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    R20=P(L22 0.625108) D(L22) #ContructionP-Transom
    R20 #Active CPlane
    S22=BSP P(S21 PTS(1)) P(-132.0681077 254.7077813) P(-63.14105146 121.2548258) P(41.34761996 51.12785859) P(143.3337226 15 -0.4618833717) #Transom
    RZ #Rest CP

    L23=P(-306.9228912 0 1152.528285) P(328.8199463 0 -56.95853177)
    S23=BSP P(S20 PTS(2)) P(4195.840376 15 284.1636974) P(4161.304648 15 102.8511256) P(3992.942975 15 33.77966971) #Bow
    S25=BSP P(S23 PTS(2)) P(S22 PTS(2)) #keel

    S26=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(S25 0.543795)
    S27=BSP P(S20 0.5) P(1925.13175 497.7201018 221.1976354) P(1937.604449 331.2659655 151.6661597) P(S25 0.543795) #Station 01
    S28=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(3632.061293 143.42442 256.9858662) P(S25 0.096039) #Station 02
    #S29=BSP P(S22 0.399902) P(S27 0.25) P(S24 0.28125) P(S23 0.125)
    #S30=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(S25 0.096039)
    #S31=BSP P(S20 0.882812) P(S25 0.096039)
    L24=P(1131.289 15 95.240) P(1131.289 15 800)
    R21=P(L24 PTS(1)) D(L24)
    R21
    S24=BSP P(290.1290258 643.425509) P(99.1806746 584.165677) P(4.803903314 274.6976651) P(-54.45592982 46.4375712)
    RZ
    A20=BSP U(S20 S25) U(S23 S28 S27 S22) #Gordon surfaces with BSpline Networks
    #Mirror BSpiline
    S32=MIR S20 RY #Sheer Mirror
    S33=MIR S25 RY #Keel Mirror
    S34=MIR S23 RY #Bow Mirror
    S35=MIR S28 RY #Station 02 Mirror
    S36=MIR S27 RY #Station 01 Mirror
    S37=MIR S22 RY #Transom Mirror
    R20
    S30=BSP P(S21 PTS(1)) P(-420 0 0) P(S32 PTS(1))
    RZ
    A21=BSP U(S32 S33) U(S34 S35 S36 S37) #Gordon Side0 2
    A22=BSP U(S23 S34) #Loft Bow Profile
    A23=BSP U(S25 S33) #Loft keel bottom
    S31=BSP P(S22 PTS(2)) P(S33 PTS(2))
    A24=BSP U(S22 S37) U(S31 S30) #Transom Surfaces
    S40=BSP P(S20 PTS(2)) P(S32 PTS(2))
    A25=BSP U(S20 S32) U(S40 S30) #Top Surfaces for solid

    ATTS "C002299" A20 #surfaces color attribute
    ATTS "C002299" A22
    ATTS "C002299" A23
    ATTS "C002299" A24
    ATTS "C002209" A25
    #S38=PARL S32 VAL(-20) RZ

    This is the hull with more surfaces to make a solid, that I've created with FreeCAD and is a perfect
    I also attach the IGES file created with gCAD3D, but has a problem with PolyCAD and I had to save again with FreeCAD to import in PolyCAD, attached the same hull but exported again with PolyCAD(WhiteHall-Surface_only_PC.igs) imported from FreeCAD IGES and a step solid file made froma gCAD3D surfaces

    I made a Surfaces from the same spiline with Moi3D and I saw a big problem with Moi3D it generate a lot CV with some strange bulges in bottom, gCAD3D Gordon surface are clean and simple than Moi3D and also the file size is bigger than IGES saved from other application.

    The Red surfaces is generated with Moi3D and his size is (red - IGES size 556,2KiB
    The Green one is generated with PolyCAD and the IGES size is only 17,6KiB

    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
    Greetings
     

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  7. Tops
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    I can get the design to copy and paste but I cannot see the surfaces as the green color.
    Am I missing a setting?
    Thanks, the results look very nice.
    pfdemo2_gcad3d_nosurface.jpg
     
  8. pafurijaz
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    I'm also a newbie at the end, but try to save the file as .gcad file, then close gCAD3D and open your file saved before.
     
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    I saw now you have solid display OFF activated, deselect this option and the others
     
  10. pafurijaz
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    V-hull with gCAD3D, the B-Splines are generate from poly-lines created from points in the 3d space everything via code in gCAD3D,
 the surface from the B-Splines. and I have imported into FreeCAD and I can make solid and draft instantly, but I've much to understand, and is funny with code and the precision is very high with simple and nice surfaces

    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    Here the code of this hull and below the IGES attached exported from gCAD3D

    # 2022/01/04-20:26:35
    # Hull_deep V USS_PT-564

    #Points
    P10=P(0 50 2478)
    P20=P(184 50 436)
    P30=P(21376 50 3155)
    P40=P(0 2150 2478)
    P50=P(10893 2520 2823)
    P60=P(184 1772 436)
    P70=P(10893 2145 963)
    P80=P(21067 50 2547)
    P90=P(2865 1908 545)
    P100=P(5945 2051 679.5)
    P110=P(9567 3306 880)
    P120=P(16192 1654 1588)
    P130=P(2865 2284 2568)
    P140=P(5945 2410 2666)
    P150=P(16192 2384 2989)
    P160=P(17000 50 300)
    P170=P(18900 50 400)
    P180=P(19800 50 800)
    P190=P(9837.5 50 358)

    P200=MIR P30 RY
    P210=MIR P40 RY
    P220=MIR P60 RY
    P230=MIR P20 RY
    P240=MIR P10RY

    #Line
    L10= P30 P80
    L20=MIR L10 RY
    L30= P40 P60
    L40=MIR L30 RY
    L50= P40 P210
    L60= P30 P200


    #polyline
    S20=POL P60 P90 P100 P70 P120 P80 #Polyline 01
    S22=POL P40 P130 P140 P50 P150 P30 #Polyline02
    S26=POL P20 P190 P160 P170 P180 P80 #Polyline03

    #BSpiline
    S21=BSP S20 VAL(3) #Chine
    S23=BSP S22 VAL(3) #Sheer
    S27=BSP S26 VAL(3) #Keel
    S24=MIR S21 RY #Chine Mirror
    S25=MIR S23 RY #Sheer Mirror
    S28=MIR S27 RY #Keel Mirror
    #Surface
    A20=BSP U(S23 S21)
    A21=BSP U(S24 S25)
    A22=BSP U(S27 S21)
    A23=BSP U(S28 S24)
    A24=BSP U(S27 S28)
    A25=BSP U(L10 L20)
    A26=BSP U(L30 L40)
    A27=BSP U(S23 S25) U(L50 L60)
     

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  11. pafurijaz
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    This is a simple example with a few comments that I think it can help.

All these elements can also be created by entering the data in the CAD environment, and they are the values that basically have to be entered in the command form.



    For some elements it is possible to draw with the mouse, Curves, planes, points, etc., but for others it is also necessary to enter the values and data with the keyboard, in addition to entering all the values.

The XYZ coordinate system, and any point or vertices refer to these coordinates. 


    For example the points are first declared with a "P" followed by a number and then the coordinates must be entered; 
example: P10 = P (100 0 150)
    So this will be new point named P10 and place X100 Y0 Z150.


    I hope to see others take their first steps with this CAD as well. 
And if I can I will try to help if I have the knowledge to answer.


    For full documentation refer to the official documentation available on menu help of program or here in the web gCAD3D - user documentation english https://gcad3d.org/doc/html/index_en.htm
    Greetings

    the Code of the image below

    # 2022/01/05-14:20:56
    # V-Hull Version 02
    #Lines for Reference
    L20=P(0 0 0) P(5000 0 0)#low center line
    L21=P(5000 0 0) P(5500 0 600)
    L22=P(0 0 800) P(0 1000 800)
    L23=P(0 0 800) P(5800 0 1200)

    #Contruction Plane on center line L23
    R20=P(L23 PTS(1)) D(L23) D(L22)#CPlane inclined
    R20
    #Points on CPlane R20
    P5=P(0 1000 0)
    P10=P(1000 1050 0)
    P20=P(2000 1100 0)
    P30=P(3000 1150 0)
    P40=P(3800 1180 0)
    P50=P(4500 1000 0)
    P60=P(5000 690 0)
    P70=P(5450 340 0)
    #Reset Plane
    RZ
    P80=P(5800 0 1200)
    #Polyline from points
    S10=POL P5 P10 P20 P30 P40 P50 P60 P70 P80
    #BSPline from Polyline VAL(3)= #Spiline degree
    S20=BSP S10 VAL(3)#My Spiline this is a name
    #CPlane 20 activation
    R20

    You can add comments in e new row but if you add comments in the same row of gCAD object you create a custom name for object and this help

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  12. Tops
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    For me, the SolidDisplay Off only affects the blue lines not the surfaces. If I have the courage maybe I send an email to one of the developers of gCAD3D to ask.

    Regardless, it is amazing how much work programs like gCAD3D and OpenSCAD can do with their relatively simple scripting languages.

    It is also amazing how PF can learn so many programs and share the results with us!
    Grazie Mille!
    :)
     
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  13. pafurijaz
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  14. Tops
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    Grazie PF!
    They got back to me right away. Some more testing shows it works better on a different computer, one with more memory and better graphics.
     
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