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 From:  Anis
1917.1 
Hi All...

Any body know how to create an Isometrc, Trimetric or Dimetric 3D View in MoI ?

Thanks !
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.2 In reply to 1917.1 
Maybe a trick
Build grid lines 3D as you want with angles wished
and this one will be as help line for your future volumes
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 From:  Anis
1917.3 In reply to 1917.2 
Hi Pilou...

Yeah, that will work.
And it will be more helpful if MoI have a special button or script to do this.
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1917.4 In reply to 1917.3 
Hi Anis,

There are some view angle setting in, Options > View > 3D View Angles.

This link is useful for the different angles in each view http://www.ul.ie/~rynnet/keanea/isometri.htm

Cheers
~Danny~
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.5 In reply to 1917.3 
another trick,
find on the net an grid wished
Hide Normal gride
Import the image ;)

EDITED: 28 Aug 2008 by PILOU

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 From:  Anis
1917.6 In reply to 1917.5 
Thanks for all the tricks....

Thats help me...
I wish Michael create a script for this case, maybe after object organization finish :)
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.7 In reply to 1917.6 
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1917.8 In reply to 1917.7 
WARNING!

Clicking on one of the web sites on Pilous post 1917.5 seems to jamb my computer.
(3 times!---have had to close down and restart)

Odd one.

Brian
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.9 In reply to 1917.8 
so erased but curious worked fine for me ;)
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 From:  Mip (VINC)
1917.10 In reply to 1917.9 
Pilou,

It didn't work because the last character "L" was missing at the end of the link (html instead of htm).

http://www.tech-writer.net/perspectivegrids.html

Anyway, thank you for the always interesting posts and links.
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1917.11 
Hi,

There is a script for rhino called IsoMatch.
You have to pick 2 reference lines in 2d (at 30 degrees for example) to set up an isometric 3d view.

Marc
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 From:  Anis
1917.12 In reply to 1917.11 
Hi Marc,

So the script just work for rhino, isnt it ?

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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1917.13 In reply to 1917.12 
Yes, it's just for rhino.

Marc
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1917.14 In reply to 1917.1 
Hi Anis,

you wrote:
> Any body know how to create an Isometrc, Trimetric or Dimetric 3D View in MoI ?

I've added a new option for the next beta to switch the 3D view's projection method between Perspective (which it normally uses now) or Parallel.

This should allow the 3D view to be set up as an isometric type view where there is no perspective foreshortening happening, it may possibly help with what you want to do.

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.15 In reply to 1917.14 
does it possible to insert a ratio of proportion on the 3axes?
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1917.16 In reply to 1917.15 
Hi Pilou,

> does it possible to insert a ratio of proportion on the 3axes?

I'm not quite sure what you mean - do you mean something that will deform the view by stretching it more in one direction than another direction?

It will not do that - it will perform an orthographic projection in the same way as the Top, Front, or Right views, but from any direction.

But you can control the precise view angle by using Options / View / 3D view angles - I think that may help if you want to get a particular angled proportions set up...

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.17 In reply to 1917.16 
< I'm not quite sure what you mean - do you mean something that will deform the view by stretching it more in one direction than another direction?
Yes but just on the 3D view for a specific result : a ratio of rendering view not a ratio of measure!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1917.18 In reply to 1917.17 
Hi Pilou,

> Yes but just on the 3D view for a specific result : a ratio of
> rendering view not a ratio of measure!

I'm sorry Pilou, I don't quite understand - is there another program that does this style of projection that I could see as a reference?

The new option for MoI is just the standard one that all other CAD programs use for what is called a "parallel" projection.

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1917.19 In reply to 1917.18 
< a "parallel" projection.
Yes but if you can enter a ratio on the 3 axes you can emulate any sort of view (iso, tri, di...) (excepted spherical view)
But not sure if it's necessary in Moi ;)
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1917.20 In reply to 1917.14 
""it may possibly help with what you want to do.""

I know it's a lot of work but some basic printing abilities and some kind of "flattening" in 2d would definitely be on the path to become a more complete tool.

Marc
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