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*Muscat, Carmel
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Scallop command

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09-02-2002 01:56 AM
I wish to thank everybody that tried to help me to find a lisp to make a
scallop.
Many thanks to "Jim Claypool" For his lisp worked
perfectly as I wanted.

--
Carmel Muscat
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Belinda Dodd
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎01-11-2006
Message 2 of 5 (914 Views)

Re: Scallop command

01-11-2006 08:44 AM in reply to: *Muscat, Carmel
I am looking for a scallop shingle hatch pattern. Do you have one that you would be willing to share? Specifically, the scallop would be approximately 6" wide and 6"-7" high. The pattern would create rows of scallops that are staggered row by row and fill in an area. This is my first time using this site. I am not sure how this all works.

Thank you,

BDodd
*Kent Cooper
Message 3 of 5 (914 Views)

Re: Scallop command

01-11-2006 09:07 AM in reply to: *Muscat, Carmel
Try these:

*FISHSCL8, Octagonal-bottom Siding 6"
0,-1,0,3,6,2,-4
45,1,0,6.36396,2.12132,2.828427,-14.142136
90,3,2,6,3,4,-8
135,-1,0,6.36396,-2.12132,2.828427,-14.142136
*FISHSCLR, Round-bottom Siding 6"
90,3,3,6,3,3,-9
11.3099325,0,0,5.8834841,-1.1766968,1.1702991,-60.0179351
11.3099325,3,6,5.8834841,-1.1766968,1.1702991,-60.0179351
33.6900675,1.1475727,.2295145,4.9923018,-3.3282012,1.1702991,-9.6463548
56.3099325,2.1213203,.8786797,6.6564024,.8320503,1.1702991,-42.0963162
78.6900675,2.7704855,1.8524273,6.4718325,-1.7650452,1.1702991,-60.0179351
78.6900675,8.7704855,1.8524273,6.4718325,-1.7650452,1.1702991,-60.0179351
78.6900675,14.7704855,1.8524273,6.4718325,-1.7650452,1.1702991,-60.0179351
101.3099325,-2.7704855,1.8524273,6.4718325,1.7650452,1.1702991,-60.0179351
101.3099325,-8.7704855,1.8524273,6.4718325,1.7650452,1.1702991,-60.0179351
101.3099325,-14.7704855,1.8524273,6.4718325,1.7650452,1.1702991,-60.0179351
123.6900675,-2.1213203,.8786797,6.6564024,-.8320503,1.1702991,-42.0963162
146.3099325,-1.1475727,.2295145,4.9923018,3.3282012,1.1702991,-9.6463548
168.6900675,0,0,5.8834841,1.1766968,1.1702991,-60.0179351
168.6900675,3,6,5.8834841,1.1766968,1.1702991,-60.0179351

The first is octagonal, the second is "round" (actually made of short
straight segments, of course -- hatch patterns can't do real curves). Both
are 6" wide and 6" row spacing.

The hatch origin point for both is at the top of a vertical line where it
meets the bottom center of a shingle in the row above.

(And if you put it/them at the end of a .PAT file, make sure there's an
Enter at the end of the last line, and a blank line at the end of the file.)

--
Kent Cooper


wrote...
I am looking for a scallop shingle hatch pattern. Do you have one that you
would be willing to share? Specifically, the scallop would be approximately
6" wide and 6"-7" high. The pattern would create rows of scallops that are
staggered row by row and fill in an area. This is my first time using this
site. I am not sure how this all works.

Thank you,

BDodd
New Member
Belinda Dodd
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎01-11-2006
Message 4 of 5 (914 Views)

Re: Scallop command

01-11-2006 09:22 AM in reply to: *Muscat, Carmel
Kent Cooper, thank you so much for the scallop hatch patterns. Very nice!

BDodd
*Kent Cooper
Message 5 of 5 (914 Views)

Re: Scallop command

01-11-2006 09:33 AM in reply to: *Muscat, Carmel
My pleasure. Check in again, and maybe someone will raise a question that
you can answer to "give back" to the newsgroup.
--
Kent Cooper


wrote...
Kent Cooper, thank you so much for the scallop hatch patterns. Very nice!

BDodd
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