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How i make this kind 3d model (seat) in zw3d
i tried and i failed.
Is there eny change, that you upload allredy done seat somewhere then i can see how you do it step by step
i use your trial vers zw3d
Best Regards and thanks
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Z3 is easily able to do this job. The model attached will not be a perfect replica because your drawing is the least amount of information. There are many other ways of doing this and of course you can make a better seat.Feed back expected.
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It's good achievement which you use the transitional surfacing modeling for this case.
Transitonal surface alway useto decorate household appliance products.
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Reply 6# karmo291794
Hi Karmo,like I said, the information is minimum. IMO what I modelled is what is indicated by the drawing supplied. I assumed tangency continuous. Same radius doesn't sound very comfortable?
As you have probably found out by now, the model I uploaded has some issues.
All curves and curve lists must be tangent throughout their length for many operations to complete. This means when importing geometry, you need to check it out well before you model. Something I didn't do!
Sometimes it is better to go beyond the centre line then trim after the surfaces are completed.
If you put up a pic. of the intended result then we can see what you are trying to do.
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Post Last Edit by karmo291794 at 2012-8-17 18:35
some pictures then
and mudcrab thanks for answering
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