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 From:  Michael Gibson
3666.21 In reply to 3666.20 
Looks like a spider that has gone crazy from too much heat? :)

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
3666.22 In reply to 3666.20 
Autoreflexivity with the same form at 90°
And then Transform /Circular



Anothing thing: take the same 2 curves after the LineWeb
Make a Loft
Trim all
Select some faces Make some extrude
and you will obtain some volumes :)

EDITED: 12 Jul 2010 by PILOU


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 From:  BurrMan
3666.23 In reply to 3666.22 
I saw some of that stuff and immediately thought of Frenchy!! :o
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 From:  BurrMan
3666.24 In reply to 3666.23 
"""""""""""">How do you think he does it?
>(I don't know)
>What makes him so good?""""""""""""""""

Who's the cat that won't cop out When there's danger all about? MG! Right On!
They say this cat MG is a bad mother SHUT YOUR MOUTH!
He's a complicated man But no one understands him but his woman MG!
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
3666.25 
Command Flip is very useful ! ;)

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 From:  Sharif (SR13765)
3666.26 In reply to 3666.4 
Hi Michael;

I thought is better to ask the question here rather than creating new discussion. In the attached image file, on the left side I used the LineWeb script to create lines (vertical and Horizontal), the vertical lines are fine. The horizontal lines after I join them are polyline, Is there any way that I could convert these polyline to freeform curve which follows the surface curvature? or is it possible to add the function of "align to surface" in the script?.

On the Right side of image, I tried to use Array along the curve tool to see if I could get the result I was looking. In this method, the horizontal line are fine and they follow the surface curvature but the vertical lines not.

Well at least there is a solution know that to use LineWeb tool for vertical lines and Array tool for Horizontal curve line, unless there are other methods that I am not aware of it. It will be nice if you could do both of them in one command either Array or LineWeb.

Thanks
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3666.27 In reply to 3666.26 
Hi Sharif, well LineWeb itself does not have any knowledge of surfaces at all, it's purely a curve oriented tool that connects lines between curves.

Do you definitely need it to follow the surface exactly, or would it be enough to put a smooth curve through there by interpolating the line ends the same as doing a Draw curve > Freeform > Through points on each of those points?

If that would work, I could modify LineWeb to have an option to make curves instead of only line segments when you have selected more than 2 sections.

To see what this would look like you can use Draw curve > Freeform > Through points and snap on to those polyline endpoints, that's what I did in the attached model to add smooth curves to your previous file, is it what you need?

Then if you need a surface that goes directly along that curve structure maybe you could delete your existing one and make a new one with Network from those curves. When you use Network, watch out for any duplicated curves that might be stacked on top of each other.

- Michael

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 From:  BurrMan
3666.28 In reply to 3666.27 
I would like to have "CurveWeb" tool also. I am using these to make some freeform surfaces. Using just a straight loft or network, without the extra lines works, but there is a different result, and the ability to rebuild the extra curves and manupulate the surface outcome is huge for me. For me, this eliminates an old method of creating a "grid network patch" for use as a surface manipulation method. I can create the patch with more flexability in original intent.
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3666.29 In reply to 3666.28 
Hi Burr & Sharif, I've updated LineWeb so that there is now an option to build either lines, polylines, a smooth curve, or point objects.

I've updated the LineWeb.zip attachment in the previous message here:
http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=3666.10




Hope that will help!

- Michael
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 From:  Sharif (SR13765)
3666.30 In reply to 3666.29 
Thanks you , this is great!
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 From:  BurrMan
3666.31 In reply to 3666.29 
Supermans got nothin on you!
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 From:  BurrMan
3666.32 In reply to 3666.31 
AND, it even recognizes the "pick/direction order". Sweet!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3666.33 In reply to 3666.32 
Hi Burr, yup when selecting the input curves, click on them in the order that you want them to be connected.

I'm glad that you like it! :)

- Michael
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 From:  Sharif (SR13765)
3666.34 In reply to 3666.27 
Hi Michael, That should work, the only thing I would do differently is I make the curve with LineWeb tool and then project the curves on the origional surface. because I need to keep the orgional surface. The purpose of this exercise was to be able to divide a given surface (panalized the surface).

Thanks
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
3666.35 
Ultra cool new function!
Bravo again!
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 From:  BurrMan
3666.36 In reply to 3666.34 
Or "Create" the surface with the tool.

Here is your original file "panelized" with the lineweb tool and a trim.

EDITED: 19 Jun 2012 by BURRMAN

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
3666.37 
or... :)

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 From:  curveman (MARIO5)
3666.38 
hi is very good tool to create building facade glass and alluminum panels with the inset tool here some test pictures





EDITED: 13 Jul 2010 by MARIO5

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 From:  Sharif (SR13765)
3666.39 In reply to 3666.36 
Thank you for the tip to panalize the surface

Sharif
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 From:  Sharif (SR13765)
3666.40 In reply to 3666.36 
Hi BurrMan;

I tried your tip to use the lineweb and trim to divide the surface, But it is not working, see attached file. any idea

Thanks
Sharif

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