Added by Victor Sardenberg on February 28, 2015 at 9:23am — No Comments
I'm new with Rhinoceros. My question is can the software extrude a polyline to join another polyline on a different elevation to create a solid?
I have more experience with Autocad, and a way that A-mine (plug-in for autocad) do what I wanna do with rhinoceros is to mesh the area between the two polylines and create a surface from that mesh.
I am quite new to Rhino 5 and learning it now going through tutorials. I am having a hard time fixing some naked edges modeling a shampoo bottle right now. I modeled the bottle grip details on one side and then mirrored it to the other side, but for some strange reason, the mirrored geo did not line up perfectly even though I started modeling with the center being at the origin.
I've attached the rhino file if someone could please enlighten me on how to fix this…Continue
Added by John on February 22, 2015 at 11:40am — No Comments
I started with a large polysrf composed mainly on triangles meeting at different angles, exploded it and offset the individual srfs, now I need to create a new polysrf by extending and joining all of these srfs together. Essentially it needs to be the same polysrf but larger by the offset distance.
The original joined polysrf will not offset properly, I've tried JoinEdge, ConnectSrf, MatchSrf, ExtendSrf, as well as everything else in my bag of tricks.
The offset srf represents…Continue
Added by Wynn Earl Buzzell Jr. on February 5, 2015 at 2:50pm — No Comments