Re: Control points on an arbitrary plane
› DELFTship forum › Hull modeling › Control points on an arbitrary plane › Re: Control points on an arbitrary plane
Hello,
one important notice:
When you intersect two layers. set the accuracy to ‘highest’. I seems, that DS uses the internal edges for the calculation of the intersection lines, and these depend on the accuracy.
You can easily see this effect, when you intersect the default model (new model) with a horizontal plane at z=1 and insert the new points into the plane. Before, leave the hull as it is, but subdivide the controlnet of the plan several times in order to get a higher accuracy. Then perform the intersectoperation with low and highest accuracy, respectiveley. You will get two different intersection lines.
Test file is attached.
Regards
Klaus
Your account
Recent Topics

Cylinder through curved deck
by RuudN
7 hours, 49 minutes ago

Create deck plane as the intections at z=xxx with the hull
by Pidgee
16 hours, 47 minutes ago

Exporting table of offsets
by Peter Mitchell
4 weeks ago

Modelling a flat bottom chine tug hull (WWII TID)
by Paul
1 month ago

install problems
by tcurdt
1 month ago

Correct Hull Shape from Existing Lines Plan
by patmat41959
1 month, 1 week ago

Deck Camber
by patmat41959
1 month, 1 week ago

Waterline
by Mats Nyberg
2 months, 1 week ago

CAD Interface
by Peter Mitchell
2 months, 1 week ago

Deck and Bulkhead layers changing Hydrostatics ?
by orfoz
2 months, 3 weeks ago