Re: Insert Plane… Makes My Model Less Developable… Maybe v2.6
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Delftship 4 uses exactly the same surface as version 2.6, so geomatry compatibility shouldn’t be the problem. Inserting new control points however changes the geometry, so you might need to adjust the new control points to make the surface developable again.
If the surface looks red in the developability shading mode then you can be sure the surface is indeed not developable due to compound surface curvature.
I’m also working a a new GUI for the plate developments which visualizes the stress or compression in the unfolded surfaces. If you want me to I can test your model and send post the resulting image here.
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