Importing table of offsets to DelftShip

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  1. malith
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    malith Junior Member

    Hi!!!

    I'm little new to boat designing area.
    I want to know how to import data from standard table of offsets into delftship.
    There are few threads about this on the forum. But i'm not very clear about the procedure.
    If someone can upload a sample text file that can be imported in to delftship that would be very helpful.

    Thanks
     
  2. rwatson
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    rwatson Senior Member

    You cant import a 'standard table of offsets' into Delftship.

    You have to convert it to the correct format described in the Delftship manual.

    The delftship manual has several examples, have you found them ?
     
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  4. Leo Lazauskas
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    Leo Lazauskas Senior Member

    Michlet automatically saves offsets in a format that can be read by DELFTship and
    FreeShip. The offsets can be found in the files named fsoff1.txt,...,fsoff5.txt.
     

  5. malith
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