I like generalFuse

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I like generalFuse

Postby damian » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:59 pm

Good evening:

The generalFuse algorithm is wonderful. I've done several implementations with this tool and all tasks are cheaper.

For instance, a roofSketch of low cost with a big potential:

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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby damian » Mon Jan 16, 2017 5:51 pm

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Well, this seems to be a sufficient recipe. The next steps:
1º) clean code (it actually is spaghetti code)
2º) curved eaves
3º) overhang and cutting with construction lines
4º) a lot of things ...
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby DeepSOIC » Mon Jan 16, 2017 6:07 pm

damian wrote:2º) curved eaves
If you ever manage to do that, I'd like if you make a Part tool that does the thing similar to Arch Roof.

Some while ago I tried using Arch Roof for Part purposes. It didn't seem to work until I made a sketch of Arch-ish dimensions (meters).
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby DeepSOIC » Mon Jan 16, 2017 6:12 pm

damian wrote:Thank @DeepSOIC
I would like to redirect that thanks to OpenCascade, they made all the magic that powers it after all ;)
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby damian » Tue Jan 17, 2017 7:40 pm

DeepSOIC wrote:if you make a Part tool

A macro is suitable for my level. And this macro adapted to the Part flavour or style. It has improvement margin.
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby regis » Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:46 pm

how does this tool work? Haven't had enoug success with the roof tool
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby damian » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:20 am

regis wrote:Haven't had enoug success with the roof tool

Good morning @regis.
In my opinion the arch roof tool is excellent. I've had success with it several times, but it's a little hard to manage due to the parameters (slope, run, height).
Perhaps you could post your file and I can try to obtain this roof with the arch tool.
Talking about the macro that I'm coding, adapted to the Part style, I'll publish it in the Users Showcase forum in a few months. This tool will be simpler, the user only controls the slopes, but no warranty of obtain better results. Simply they will be different.
One advance ...
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Thank you for your interest
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby DeepSOIC » Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:42 am

damian wrote:
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Wow! That looks terrific!
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Re: I like generalFuse

Postby regis » Fri Apr 21, 2017 5:30 pm

damian wrote:
regis wrote:Haven't had enoug success with the roof tool

Good morning @regis.
In my opinion the arch roof tool is excellent. I've had success with it several times, but it's a little hard to manage due to the parameters (slope, run, height).
Perhaps you could post your file and I can try to obtain this roof with the arch tool.
Talking about the macro that I'm coding, adapted to the Part style, I'll publish it in the Users Showcase forum in a few months. This tool will be simpler, the user only controls the slopes, but no warranty of obtain better results. Simply they will be different.
One advance ...
L_curved.png
Thank you for your interest


Hello @Damian
I look forward, Sounds very exciting.