Re:Table of offsets – Import/Export
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I am experiencing some problems with the importation of the data as a text file for the hull lines and offsets function.
I have the information saved as the attached MS Word.doc file and my question is what am I looking at in this document?
I can decypher some of the data but the groupings of numbers have me a bit stumped as to what values they are supposed to represent. Can anyone assist me with this problem. I am trying to create the Nasty/Tjeld class FPB hull and up till now my previous attempts have not been what I had expected.
Is the data in the document that appears as numbers separated by a “” supposed to represent Feet, Inches, and Fractions of an Inch? Or some other values? By trial and error I have found that the “+” must also be removed even though that represents a fraction of 1/16th of an inch. How do I address this measurement if the symbol is removed?
I would really like to get this as close as possible to what the original designer had created.
Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide,
Jeffry Fontaine
Bremerton, Washington
[file name=Nasty_and_Tjeld_Class_Lines_and_Offsets.doc size=137728]http://www.delftship.net/delftship/media/kunena/attachments/legacy/files/Nasty_and_Tjeld_Class_Lines_and_Offsets.doc[/file]
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