| Rhino V2 I use this surfacing
command all the time. sweep1 rail -- select edgecurve -- select curve and/or
edgecurve -- choose
"follow edge" from the dialog box. I want to script the last part so I only have to pick the surface edges and curves.
For the menu right mouse click on the systray icon (smiley face)
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|Rhino V2 I'm trying to find a tool that would batch modify iges or stl files, the idea is to delete one surface and add other. I know i can do it with points, by doing a translator that reads a text file and replace the coordinates, but that is not ideal since I need to convert my files to points and then back to stl. Does any one know any tool that would that, or maybe point me to where I could get info on how to read the ascii code for iges?|
|RhinoV3B13. ecncMass.dll is a small (VB, C++ or Delphi) Add-On for a Volume "calculation". The ecncMass.dll will return a volume number from Rhino's command window.Why all this? The functions for calculating mass properties for NURBS objects are not exposed to plugins. Thus, RhinoScript cannot calculate the volume of closed polysurfaces. RhinoScript does all of it's own mesh volume calculations...|
Declare Function GetMassProp Lib "ecncmass.dll" (ByValhwnd As Long, ByValwhatAs Integer) As Double
Dim VBVolume As
There is nothing magic in this DLL. It will just grab the volume
number from the Rhino's command window so we can use it later trough/for
the VB scripting.
To get an Area, change the parameter what to 1 in the GetMassProp function
|RhinoV3B14. I'd like to move some objects (always more than one) picking the first point (base point) as a circle center and moving radially...|
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So far ecncMove2D works with a curve object(s) only! Perhaps,
an interesting thing, ecncMove2D has been completely written in
VB! You may say, so what! Well, I had fun to get Rhino's
y, z coordinates and user clicks :-) as we know, user clicks
were accessible only trough the Rhino's SDK and C++. As of March,
03 SDK does not support panels of the Rhino's status bar (x, y, z and distance
values). How to use ecncMove2D? Set an alias or make a new button: i.e.
ws !-Run "C:\ecncmove2d.exe" (or "C:\ecncmove2d.exe
Vi" to make it visible) of course with a corresponding path on your computer
and follow Rhino's command prompt.