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Posted by  Per Corell on December 25, 2002 at 14:37:33:

In Reply to:  Re: World Trade Center Buildings posted by d on December 25, 2002 at 14:21:19:

Hi
3D-H provide what you ask. If you want to fit a jet engine on a boat framework, you subtract the jet Solid, and fit the thing within perfect fit. You don't need to stay with flat sheetworks, as a square tube like frame can easyli be mirrored to form an exact 3D model.
You will be able to support one meshwork in one direction and scale , with another ,in another direction, serving a compleatly different porpus, in another sheet material , such as cast concrete frame rings.
The assembly slots, are there to fit with a standard assembly assembly block , provides with automatics or material with known abilities ; but most of all, a honeycomb chamber structure in 3D-H, will not explode the cells ,pancaking the house, as frames will be alowed to move with an earthquake.

 
 
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