Message - Re: Metal Roofing Design over a triangular shaped building

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Posted by  Per Corell on April 20, 2003 at 04:42:51:

In Reply to:  Re: Metal Roofing Design over a triangular shaped building posted by Mas on April 20, 2003 at 03:17:56:

It's difficult to grasp the concept, ----- wouldn't it be an idear to produce a graphic in a paint program in Jpg format and then post it to the Scrapbook or leave a link to where you uploaded a sketch ?
Anyway nomatter if you chose an Organic shape or a set of roof tops in standard geometrics, you can generate an assembly framework that make an end to spanners and nuts ; true this is a very different way to produce the framework for your roofing, but it don't requier 20 different standard roof members ,it just make a solid framework that you can cover with known geometrics or whatever shape roof covering you know, -------- you just prepare the framework for the specific paneling.
3D-Honeycomb is basicly a tool to provide a framework, isn't a framework what you ask, then this make everything possible.

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