Earl T. Hackett, Jr.
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Earl T. Hackett, Jr. replied to Angad Berar's discussion Urgent: Help with 3D modelling in the group food4Rhino
"Use Sweep One Rail.  Create the cross section you want.  Create a rail (curve) that matches the path you want the cross section to follow.  This can be the edge of the surface or you can create one with an intersecting plane.  I…"
Sep 30, 2016
Earl T. Hackett, Jr. commented on Earl T. Hackett, Jr.'s blog post Rhino 5 Upgrade
"That's Quartet, a cutter rigged Roberts Offshore 38 that I built.  She has an Airex cored hull and a segmented balsa cored deck with hardpoints for all the fittings.  I built her for blue water sailing, but I could never get my wife…"
May 1, 2015
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Rhino 5 Upgrade

I'm retired so I spend money only when necessary, but I just upgraded to v5.  It took a few months, but I concluded that it was a necessity.  In 1968 I was at GE programming an IBM 7090 in Fortran to design the antenna for the Pioneer spacecraft to Jupiter.  The computer was the size of my current house and had a whopping 32 Kb of core memory.  WOW!   That was a really big machine back then - it would be another two years before HP would come out with the first 4 function calculator WITH A…See More
Dec 8, 2014

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CAM/Manufacturing, Marine Design, Mold Design, Rapid Prototyping, Reverse Engineering

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Rhino 5 Upgrade

I'm retired so I spend money only when necessary, but I just upgraded to v5.  It took a few months, but I concluded that it was a necessity.  In 1968 I was at GE programming an IBM 7090 in Fortran to design the antenna for the Pioneer spacecraft to Jupiter.  The computer was the size of my current house and had a whopping 32 Kb of core memory.  WOW!   That was a really big machine back then - it would be another two years before HP would come out with the first 4 function calculator WITH A…

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