Message - Re: Is Digital Design Desirable?

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 15, 2003 at 13:59:14:

In Reply to:  Re: Is Digital Design Desirable? posted by KEN on January 15, 2003 at 13:35:13:

Mesh entities is a name for entities that in a computer define a number of faces in 3D, by an array of 3D points. They produce the outher limits of a form that can be handled on a smomuter screen, by transforming the lines on the screen, with simple matrix calculations.
With AutoCAD you can check this with the functions (ssget) and (entget).
To make a direct link to production, this is not the best basics to acturly produce building members, as the mesh entities we talk about, is a list of 3D points . They been so since the first CAD programs but they do not bring the floors and walls as N.C. codes, for a direct link. Now I am not good discussing as if this was my craft, I would proberly either build boats or write Lisp applications .

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