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coviepresb1647
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Message 51 of 55 (79 Views)

Re: Converting solids to surface

05-27-2008 08:25 AM in reply to: coviepresb1647
I'm still around and will consider your post.
*meanderin
Message 52 of 55 (79 Views)

Re: Converting solids to surface

05-27-2008 02:48 PM in reply to: coviepresb1647
> I'm still around and will consider your post.

Hmmm

"All things considered, are you for or against AutoDesk?"


After due consideration all offers are withdrawn. You'll have to
rely on your classmates or the Peers.
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Message 53 of 55 (79 Views)

Re: Converting solids to surface

05-28-2008 07:05 AM in reply to: coviepresb1647
Hmmmm? In other words, I have yet to get to doing that as I am busy on another project and am processing it (considering it) in my mind.

The Question is neither addressed to you nor a relevant part of this forum thread.
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Message 54 of 55 (79 Views)

Re: Converting solids to surface

05-28-2008 11:34 AM in reply to: coviepresb1647
ALGOR didn't have have a problem with it at all. I did the same part in Inventor, and no problem again. I just saved it as a IGS - 144 (Solids as Surfaces) after deriving the midplane surfaces of the part.

Thanks for the help. Shame on the withdrawal based on an irrelevant topic and non-due consideration. I have no idea how a Lord/Peer will help, but thanks for that suggestion which I will follow by contacting Lord Broers (Life Peer) in the the UK House of Lords and mentioning to him that you referred me.
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Re: Converting solids to surface

05-28-2008 03:16 PM in reply to: coviepresb1647
And thanks to all the other learned people for the help! :smileyhappy:

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