Hrvoje

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  • in reply to: contourline #38109
    Hrvoje
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    Yes, it is the last (rightmost) column. 🙂
    Have a look at the page 32, table of offsets in the User’s Manual.

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: Modeling a canoe #37257
    Hrvoje
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    Hi, Jurgen!

    Thank you for the comment. I am also ship modeler and I run the forum about wooden ship modeling. The ships from Mediteranian area are the subject of this forum. One of the forum friends is making bragozzo , you can see it here Bragozzo
    If you have something interesting for publish on my forum it would be nice. The hull of your model looks beautiful.

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: How can I force adjacent edges to form a straight line? #37255
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    1. Select the points you want to align.
    2. On the Home tab click “Align points” (on the “Point” menu).
    3. On the small pop up screen check “Adjust X-coordinate”. And for Y and Z, also.
    4. Click “OK”.

    I hope this helped. 🙂

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: Adding a deck to model #36749
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Select edges on the shear line and on the “edge edit options” and click “Extrude curved”. 🙂

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: How to get perfect/correct interior edges #36641
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi, Alex!
    The picture is not enough informative to see the problem. Can you zoom out so I can see whole surface (the right part). Also zoom in to the left side to see what is in the corner.
    You can delete the face you don’t like and create a new one.

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: Impact waterlines? #36574
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hallo shipbuilders,

    is it possible to impact waterlines or stations directly?

    Klaus from Kanu-Werft

    Hello, Klaus!
    I am not sure that I understand your question. When impacting waterlines what exactly you want to do?

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: From Drawings to Real #36573
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi, Usman!

    You can use DelftShip to define the ship’s form. To build the real boat you must have a set of drawings (workshop drawings) where are defined constructional details of this boat. Then using these workshop drawings you can start to build the boat.
    I hope this can help you. 🙂

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: chined construction #36517
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi, Miric!

    Pokušavam prebaciti linije iz AUTOCADA 2010 u delftship,no ne uspijevam.

    I did not try this. Usually I export from DelftShip and import the file into CAD. The file is in “dxf” format.

    Nadalje,da li ima neka instrukcija ,uputstvo na hrvatskom ,kako uopće započeti s radom u deftshipu??
    Uopće nemam ideju kako započeti rad,budući nigdje nema nekog vođenja step by step,kroz program.
    pozdrav
    Miric

    There is very good User’s Manual in Download area of this site. I started with it.

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: chined construction #36072
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi! I believe that you should have crease edge on the connection of the deck and the stem. (Selected edges on the picture.)

    Stem.jpg

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: transom and deck #36010
    Hrvoje
    Participant


    A – I found out that the sail area data shown on the hydrostatic design report by far is not correct
    what do we have to do to get the correct sail area?

    Adriano, is the sail area two times bigger than you expected?

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: transom and deck #35991
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Together wit the doghouse, seen from the profile:

    Doghouse015.jpg

    Doghouse016.jpg

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: transom and deck #35988
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    After we close the gaps in all four edges we will have the gap between the window frame and the glass. (Window is not mosquito-proof. 🙂 )
    It is possible to close this gap around the glass using the same technique as for the window corners.

    Doghouse011.jpg

    Doghouse013.jpg

    Doghouse014.jpg

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: transom and deck #35984
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi Adriano!

    Here is the window corner. There is possibility to reduce number of edges and connect the window frame into one piece.

    Doghouse001.jpg

    First insert the face to close the gap between frame parts.

    Doghouse003.jpg

    Then delete selected edge.

    Doghouse005.jpg

    Doghouse006.jpg

    Then select the unnecessary edge and collapse it.

    Doghouse007.jpg

    Select unnecessary point and collapse it.

    Doghouse009.jpg

    Doghouse010.jpg

    To this with all four edges.

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: transom and deck #35940
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi, Adriano!

    After you delete selected faces the edges will become “boundary” edges. 🙂

    Doghouse.jpg

    Kind regards,

    in reply to: deck structures #35906
    Hrvoje
    Participant

    Hi!
    You are working really hard! 🙂
    When you extrude an edge you are prompted to give the direction of extrusion, for each of three axis (x, y, z). If the edge is parallel with longitudinal axis and you extrude toward center line (only), new edge will be specified number of units (let’s say “d” units) moved toward CL. Because the edge is parallel with CL , new edge will be located at the distance “d” from original edge. If the edge is not parallel with CL and you extrude it with the same parameters as previous, new edge will not be at the distance “d” from original edge. The distance will be d x cos(alpha), if the edge is inclined to CL for alpha degrees. I believe that the problem is in this point.
    Now you see how bad boy was that Mr. Pitagora! 🙂
    If you want equal thickness for the wall you should extrude edge by edge and calculate parameters for extrusion. It is simpler adjust wall thickness by hand.
    Maybe Marven has better idea.

    Kind regards,

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