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PostSubject: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 14:25

Hey guys, im trying to rapid prototype some models.. however im having a bit of trouble with solidworks and rhino, basically because the design on my outer shell is cone shaped.. so this means everything that goes inside needs to be curved on three plains instead of one.. if u know wat i mean, anyone know an easy way to go about doing this? any help will be greatly appreciated.. (yes uni doesnt teach u shit..)
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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 15:40

haha unless im teaching you! Razz

but unfortunately i dont teach SW or Rhino Sad
so cant really help ya out with that

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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 16:28

snow.. wat do u teach?
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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 16:34

cartography, but he also teaches transvestite
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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 17:11

I have worked with Solidworks with uni, if I remember right you make the shapes you want to put inside your outer shell and then merge/cut them out of the shell

I did somthing similar in an exam for engineering but it was years ago sorry bro
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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 17:34

Viprus wrote:
cartography, but he also teaches transvestite

+1 internets Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 18:58

transvestite cant be taught, you either have it or you dont
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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-06, 19:34

you must have intimate knowledge of transvestites to offer this opinion, yes?

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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-07, 03:53

Viprus wrote:
cartography, but he also teaches transvestite

Is this snowy??

http://www.flinders.edu.au/sabs/womensstudies/staff/baird.cfm
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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-07, 04:35

haha it could be...... Razz

What DA said sounds about right, got a make using SW and from what i have picked up from him telling me about it, that sounds about on track...

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PostSubject: Re: solidworks/rhino anyone?   2010-05-07, 04:47

Quote :
WMST3008 Performing Masculinities (with Dr Jonathan Bollen, Drama)

WTF??!?!?! i mean.... WTF?!?!?!? Shes performing masculinities with this guy?

Actually, she used to come into the cafe i used to work at a lot. Shes in tas now, so it's not snowy Wink

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