How to create concave cut

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 From:  AndrewG
8554.1 
Hi,

I need to create such delicate concave cut (as marked), but I have no idea how to do this. Fillet wont help me, sweep neither, because it is on curved surface.



Can you help me with this?

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 From:  bemfarmer
8554.2 In reply to 8554.1 
Hi AndrewG,

It would be helpful to post a .3dm file, at least of the area in question.

BlendCap script could be helpful, but needs one closed edge.
Starting with a rounded rectangle, Rebuild will create one closed curve, which can be extruded, without endcaps.
Delete the curve, and select the edge, run BlendCap. Combine with the bottle...? Maybe Boolean delete from solid bottle? May need a little fillet?
(I have not tried a curved rounded rectangle.)

- Brian
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 From:  mkdm
8554.3 In reply to 8554.1 
Hi AndrewG.

Maybe something like this ?

Here's the 3dm file : http://take.ms/DOSrB

And here's a video capture of Moi's viewport : http://take.ms/RGhbn

To do that model I've used one of the many possible ways : Trim, Blend and Project with some curves.

I'm going to show you a simple example in a little video tut.

Bye.

Marco (mkdm)



EDITED: 18 Aug by MKDM

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 From:  AndrewG
8554.4 In reply to 8554.3 
Thanks for your help. Unfortunately, it is not what I meant.

My bottle is rounded, more curvy. And I`d like to make this embos more curvy as well. See the file I`m attaching.

Thats why, this is such a pain in the back:)
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 From:  mkdm
8554.5 In reply to 8554.4 
AndrewG no problem, because my example is just a rounded bottle.

It's sufficient to create an offset curve and do a trim.

I'm going to show you the results on your model with a video tut.

Stay tuned.

Bye.

- Marco (mkdm)
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 From:  zarkow
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 From:  bemfarmer
8554.7 
Blendcap method will work, by Merge of curvy rounded rectangle, and extrusion. Then do fillet of 0.19. (Might want to start with a slightly smaller curvy rounded rectangle.)

Note, there are 3 naked edges in the lower indent of the bottle.

- Brian
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 From:  mkdm
8554.8 In reply to 8554.1 
How many help! You're a lucky guy.... :)

This finish model : https://monosnap.com/file/wz5SaH4C8ynPAurt4Yo3FR079MtwFk

Maybe it's not exactly what you want but it can be useful for you to pick some ideas.



And here's the little video tutorial : https://api.monosnap.com/rpc/file/download?id=8XeG5UqETsNQ46WpB2G1RVHNE7JEJ7

P.S. You have to hit "refresh" button on your browser a couple of time if you have trouble while loading the video.

Bye!

Marco (mkdm)
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 From:  AndrewG
8554.9 In reply to 8554.6 
zarkow

The second bottle looks great. Can you share with me how did you achieve this? It would be really great:)
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 From:  mkdm
8554.10 In reply to 8554.6 
Hi Zarkow.

Good idea but the problem is that are not solid but simply joined surfaces.

Bye.

- Marco (mkdm)
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 From:  zarkow
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 From:  zarkow
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 From:  AndrewG
8554.13 In reply to 8554.12 
Thanks zarkow:)

It really helped a lot. Thanks for all your help, much appreciated:D
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 From:  BurrMan
8554.14 In reply to 8554.12 
Really cool Zarkow. I especially like the "sweep" to cutback both edges to use blend for the connection!!!

Here is a method using "Flow" to place a pill on the bottle to cutout and fillet (With the fillet you can choose the constant distance or the rolling ball)

The "depth" of the cutout can be controlled by the placement of the base curve, relating to the pill.

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8554.15 
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 From:  Stardust
8554.16 In reply to 8554.14 
Hi Moi'ers and Burrman

Couldn't help to see your extensive collection of extended scripts..
Can you put a zip file with all of them in dropbox?


Would be great with a complete collection :)



Thanks
/Stardust



*Michael for Nobel Prize*
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 From:  BurrMan
8554.17 In reply to 8554.16 
They are here dust:

http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=7841.6

Recently haf a storage drive crash and lost all my "custom" stuff...

It's in my current installation, but wont rebuild my "customized storage" until next release...
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 From:  Stardust
8554.18 In reply to 8554.17 
Thanks a million Burman

Just WOW!!!



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