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could draw a cylinder 12 inches in diameter and 10" tall with 0,0,0 as it's
base point, add a cone on top also with a 12 inch diameter and 2" tall... it's
base point would be 0,0,10 --
block it and call it silo using 0,0,0 as it's base point. --
if you needed a silo 15 feet in diameter and 30 feet tall... just insert
your silo block with an X and Y scale of 15 and a Z scale of 30. --
I'm actually quite unfamiliar with normal silo dimensions and this might
work better using a cylinder of 8 or 9 inches and a cone of 4 or 3 inches. the
key is to make the height and diameter 1'... that way the dimensions in feet
are always the scale factor. so if your silo were 10 feet in diameter and 50
feet high... the scale factors become X and Y of 10 and Z of
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