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{Blank Subject 2009-07-07}

gdt
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{Blank Subject 2009-07-07}


HI everyone



I am currently in the Minneapolis area. I came to do some design work for a private compny and it has fell through. Since I am in the area I am curious if there are any recruiters or companies interested in talking with me about a posible position.



Thanks for your time



Norb Gruman

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bottle in multiple sections / rough geometry‏ CONT

Things I would consider:

1) You might need to create more curves in the long direction to control these bulges and wrinkles.
2) Use the same number of curve entities in each section so they will transition better, thus you might need to add more individual curves in some sections.
3) I recommend using conic curves instead of simple radii or splines
4) Use your imported cloud data as a template and create all your curves from scratch.
5) If you can, you might try to space the cross sections further from each other.
6) Create composit curves from the originals and use the composite curves to create your boundary curves
7) Doesn't look like an issue for your part, but don't try tp make sharp or abrupt curves that tend to influence to trajectory on the other side of the adjacent section curve. If need be make a feature square (like the end of the bottle) and add radii later.

Thats all I can think of at the moment to consider your surfacing issues and techniques.

Good luck,
Mark A. Peterson
Design Engineer
Ramteq




ModelCheck/Material Library Question - Summary

It should direct you to a main library where you can surf to individual
folders.



Curtis Odom

RE: ModelCheck/Material Library Question - Summary

Sub-folders for material libraries are supported in Wildfire 4.0 and later.

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