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Posted by  Per Corell on November 01, 2002 at 12:44:36:

In Reply to:  Re: post-anti-late posted by BRUTUS on November 01, 2002 at 12:14:55:

This is what you do when you form with Solids in a CAD program.
When working with Solids you Union ans subtract, but you also generate interferences, that you double and subtract other objects. When you want the frame structure generated, you press a button, and a 14 day's caurse will tell you how. Ok 2 Month maby ;))
My vision are the method I wanted since I bought my first 8088 and loaded AutoCAD , but if art is a craft Then maby even a programmer could have a chance, as even a rebuild twin are quite easy to acturly build, when somone find the right spirit to speak out.
But I rather have my words be nice buildings than bad words ; guess this way it can be hard being an artist , this is nothing new artists allway's was poor, do a camel make nice paintings ;))

One thing I think are nice with 3D-H and "simular" structures is, that you can emagine almost any structure as formed with Solids, another allready existing technology based on simple matrix calculations , I can not overview the aspects at nanno level, when the material are produced on spot defined from a computed model. I proberly can't even emagine what combining nanno technologies with a structural framework , but I know robot's could do it almost as effective. ------ Sorry to say that neutral gravity proberly are needed ,then there are two choices ;))

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