Handle connection  1-20  21-26

Next
 From:  Piter44
7414.1 
Hi,

Pls help make smooth connection the handle with the egg.



  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  TpwUK
7414.2 In reply to 7414.1 
Scale the egg 3D Scale from bounding box centre by 1 gris snap in Y direction, then Boolean union

Martin Spencer-Ford
Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Piter44
7414.3 In reply to 7414.2 
Thank you,

But I need smooth surface. I made fillet the connection in your file but it is no good(((
Is there other method?


Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  TpwUK
7414.4 In reply to 7414.3 
Do you have an image of what you are trying to achieve ?

Martin Spencer-Ford
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  ed (EDDYF)
7414.5 In reply to 7414.4 
Piter,

Draw a rectangle to use as a cutting object. Make the rectangle as wide as necessary to intersect at the desired places - I'm guessing where the egg should be trimmed. So if you need a longer taper, size the rectangle accordingly.

Select both your objects and Trim using the rectangle.

Select the edges around both openings and Blend.

Another possibility to make this shape in one step is to use a Rail Revolve. It would help to know what the final result should look like.

Ed Ferguson

Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
7414.6 
? :)
---
Pilou
Is beautiful that please without concept!
My Gallery
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  krass
7414.7 
Maybe LOFT?
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  ed (EDDYF)
7414.8 In reply to 7414.7 
Piter -

I also got a nice result using Loft to Point.

You can look up Loft in the on-line documentation for instructions to Loft to a point.

Ed Ferguson

Edit: I see Krass and I were thinking Loft at the same time :)

Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  krass
7414.9 In reply to 7414.8 
Ed, Loft-shift is the most logical solution to this situation. I would use LOFT
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Piter44
7414.10 
Thanx to all!

Blend makes is not good surfaces connection. I use Tangent (G1) and Bulge 1.0.



Loft and Revolve is not acceptable. I would like make spherical part above plane part like in the image but with smooth conection. It is possible?


  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Michael Gibson
7414.11 In reply to 7414.10 
Hi Piter,

> Blend makes is not good surfaces connection. I use Tangent (G1) and Bulge 1.0.

Well, that's what tangent surfaces look like, so that's normal to get that type of result with those options. If you want it smoother then try the "Curvature (G2)" option instead of the Tangent option.

- Michael
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Piter44
7414.12 In reply to 7414.11 
Hi Michael,

I tried Blend Culvature G2 option with Bungle 1.0 and other. I still not satisfacted the surfaces connection(((. I want ABSOLUTELY smooth, like a bubble, like remnant of a cake of soap. Sorry for my English, I mean a soap after some use)))
It is normal for moi3D? May be I want more than moi3D can give?

Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Mauro (M-DYNAMICS)
7414.13 
Hi:let's use Martin's file:

select yellow loop and union



on top wiew draw two circles R=2



sweep:two circles as sections and yellow curve as rail



trim your solid using red sweep object



select both loop edges and blend using G2-bulge=1



to avoid wrinkled blend,select PLANAR SECTION option on the Blend window



you'll have a straight line instead of curved wrinkled seam



hope is smooth enough for you



say lot of thanks to Michael to make this fantastic software,not to me....


file attached: M

EDITED: 27 May 2015 by M-DYNAMICS


  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  krass
7414.14 In reply to 7414.13 
Mauro, this - very cool! ))
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Michael Gibson
7414.15 In reply to 7414.12 
Hi Piter - those things you are complaining about are just display artifacts, you should ignore them.

It's normal for there to be various kinds of small display artifacts in MoI's real-time modeling window display - that's because it has to do its job very fast and it would not work very well to make a perfect looking display there since it would make modeling become very sluggish with the display updating very slowly.

The little white dots are probably because you have not joined your surfaces together - join them and then the display mesh will be unified along that edge and there won't be cracks as there will be between 2 totally separate independent unjoined surfaces that are just sitting next to each other. But it's still possible for there to be a small number of dropouts in the realtime display between 2 joined surfaces (but usually to a lesser extent), that's again a side effect of the emphasis on the real-time display to be fast and so there are various shortcuts that it takes at the expense of quality.

The other things you don't like are just normal artifacts from a smallish number of triangles being used in those area for the shaded display. It does not mean that your actual surface is problematic. You can check this by exporting to a polygon mesh format and setting the mesh parameters to make a finely diced up mesh and when you view that finely diced up mesh in shaded mode you should see those things you are worried about are gone.


> It is normal for moi3D? May be I want more than moi3D can give?

Those are normal display artifacts, you are just worried too much about how the real-time display looks.

If you want to post your 3DM model file of your G2 blend I can show you what it looks like with finely diced up mesh if it will help you.

- Michael
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Max Smirnov (SMIRNOV)
7414.16 In reply to 7414.13 
Mauro, it's smooth enough for everyone :)
I like this method.
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  OSTexo
7414.17 
Hello,

A part made by Trimming the egg in half and extruding the squarish end, running Blend between those two surfaces and tweaking the bulge on the G2 Blended result.

Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Piter44
7414.18 
Many Thanx to all!

Mauro's method is very well, but I have a problem with export to IGS.
I have made a simple test: two sphere cut and blend, its surfaces was join, solid done. I made export to IGS and open in PROE. Images attached. What I made wrong?

Moi3D solid export to IGS:



IGS import in PROE:



The handle in PROE:

Image Attachments:
Size: 20.1 KB, Downloaded: 11 times, Dimensions: 702x467px
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Piter44
7414.19 
I have found a solution as I need. I have made some profiles curved in longitudinal direction and use Loft only.

Meanwhile, the IGS problem described above still there(((


Attachments:

  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged

Previous
Next
 From:  Finema
7414.20 In reply to 7414.19 
Hi
Why don't you use a boolean Union (screenshot1) and a fillet. I think it's the easy way.
Image Attachments:
Size: 395.9 KB, Downloaded: 13 times, Dimensions: 824x543px
Size: 346.2 KB, Downloaded: 36 times, Dimensions: 858x667px
  Reply Reply More Options
Post Options
Reply as PM Reply as PM
Print Print
Mark as unread Mark as unread
Relationship Relationship
IP Logged
 

Reply to All Reply to All

 

 
Show messages:  1-20  21-26