Maxsurf modeler- paramstrization of .3 dm file

Discussion in 'General Computing' started by Gozde, Feb 17, 2019.

  1. Gozde
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    Gozde New Member

    Hi everyone,
    I am trying to run parametric transformation of hull created in Rhino. I set up the surface properties as symmetrical in Maxsurf . When I run the parametrization, it has failed everytime. Either it has given an error or it has scaled surfaces which were not a ship hull anymore, they were just rectangular solids. Also, the beam is calculated zero in parametric transformation window.
    Does anybody have a solution about this issue?
     
  2. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    Could you show us your .msd file and provide us with the data of what you want to do?
    Maybe the transformation you want to make is not possible, it's too big.
     
  3. Gozde
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    Gozde New Member

    Sorry I cannot share the file, maybe the problem is what you said. Is the file size too big?
     
  4. Gozde
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    Gozde New Member

    I have tried three different hull form that I created in rhino. All of them gave the same error.
     

  5. TANSL
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    I want to say that the transformation, not the file, can be too big, be outside the limits admitted by the software. Can you explain with figures what you want to do?. If not, it is difficult to give you any valid answer.
     
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