"I've brought this to the Rhino Support forums and they are deciding to lecture me on my process (which has worked for years) instead of helping me find a solution.
So I'll back up a step and ask the question a different way:
I'm modeling some pretty basic surfaces, each with under 20 points. I'm drawing some basic 3 degree curves as trimming tools, typically less than 10 points. I can make my cuts just fine, however, when I try to use these newly cut surface edges to create new curves via offset, project, dupedge, etc. the new geometry is unusable: I get lines with HUNDREDS of points (even one with 9xx points). The new curves are useless because I want to pull ctrl points to make rails for a new sweep. When I…See More
"If you're familiar wit using Cartesian coordinates in AutoCAD, the same principles apply in Rhino, except that RHINO uses the letter "R" in the place of AutoCAD's @ Symbol. SO-
1. Apply the "Right-Hand Rule" of…"
Hi All,I'm working with a client where part of the project includes detailed documentation.I'm doing a series of renders in vRay and need to record coordinates for the placement of my camera.The catch is that the client uses cartesian coordinates to describe camera placement (polar, Azimuth). Their methodaology rleies on fixin 0deg at the longer axis of the item I'm to render and plotting the points from there. This means I can't simply pick and elevation and rotate the object (also, because I…See More
Did you ever find a solution to this?
I noticed a section in the manual that seems to address some similar effects. Check out the pics just above the Primary Engine: DMC header. This looks related.
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