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Posted by  Per Corell on July 04, 2003 at 07:53:42:

In Reply to:  Re: Part project posted by Deirdre Rachid on July 04, 2003 at 07:29:42:

Hi
You are quite right, Rhino is a surprisingly good CAD program ,wish Autodesk could learn somthing from that, and cutting from N.C. files is just a mater of structural idears, ------- now 3D-H is different still, as when you check the designs you point to, you proberly se mainly vertical and horisontal members, where 3D-H work different than this as a whole concept to bring a honeycomb structure the easyest way with square cubes, ----- much of this is develobed from ships building btw. so please check one of the old Cyber-Boat sites where you se how a life long experience in boats building, finaly with CAD , develobed into a system that solved all troubles, producing a boat framework, please check the link.

 
 
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