astromech heads


RE: astromech heads
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Quote:The space in front of each linetype 1 to 5 should be removed.
This is supposed to be a matter of aesthetics.
But in any event, I removed those leading spaces, so the next time I upload any of these files, this won't be a problem any more. 


Unofficial File parts/s/30367ps0s02.dat
~Dome  2 x  2 with SW Astromech R2/R4 Pattern - Panels
Quote:Line 27: Colinear vertices found. 3 16 11.5952 2.4257 -7.2717 9.8635 2.4261 -9.8635 12.152 2.4257 -6.4385
Line 28: Colinear vertices found. 3 16 12.8871 2.4258 -5.3382 12.152 2.4257 -6.4385 9.8635 2.4261 -9.8635
Line 29: Colinear vertices found. 3 16 -11.5952 2.4258 7.2718 -9.8636 2.4262 9.8636 -12.1521 2.4258 6.4385
Line 30: Colinear vertices found. 3 16 -9.8636 2.4262 9.8636 -12.8872 2.4259 5.3383 -12.1521 2.4258 6.4385
Please explain this; I don't understand.


Unofficial File parts/s/30367ps0s04.dat
~Dome  2 x  2 with SW Astromech R2/R4 Pattern - Non-Variable Surfaces
Quote:There is a gap:
2 4 7.4077 11.6787 -17.8825 7.4237 11.958 -17.9209
2 4 7.2482 11.9045 -17.9477 7.4202 11.9623 -17.9221
I don't have ANY lines (red or otherwise) in this subfile.
What are you talking about, please?


Unofficial File parts/s/30367ps0s04.dat
~Dome  2 x  2 with SW Astromech R2/R4 Pattern - Non-Variable Surfaces
Quote:Line 451: Colinear vertices found. 3 16 7.6434 0.3462 4.9903 8.5981 0.3462 3.5618 8.2003 0.3462 4.1571
Line 492: Colinear vertices found. 3 16 6.309 4.686 -15.23 4.945 4.686 -15.5015 4.145 4.686 -15.6608
Please explain this; I don't understand.


Unofficial File parts/30367cps8.dat
Cylinder  2 x  2 with Dome Top with SW Dark Blue / R2-D2 (2013) Pattern

Unofficial File parts/30367cps9.dat
Cylinder  2 x  2 with Dome Top with SW Silver / R4-P17 (2016) Pattern

(Same complaints for both files.)
Quote:Line 39: Flat subfile is scaled in flat direction 1 100 11.5 12.75 15.336 1.33 -0.88 0.131 0 0.235 1.582 -0.89 -1.315 0.195 4-4disc.dat
Line 40: Flat subfile is scaled in flat direction 1 16 11.5 12.75 15.336 1.33 -0.88 0.131 0 0.235 1.582 -0.89 -1.315 0.195 4-4ndis.dat
I'm not sure how that happened. The circle and non-circle were both angled with respect to each axis (x, y, and z), so I had to scale them accordingly.
If you have any suggestions on how to fix this, please let me know.

(Same complaints for both files.)
Quote:Contains some "T"-junctions as mentioned above.
Please explain this; I don't understand.


Thanks!  ;-) 
Franklin
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astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2019-04-26, 14:04
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2019-04-27, 5:41
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2019-05-12, 13:55
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-08, 10:18
RE: astromech heads - by Willy Tschager - 2021-10-08, 14:52
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-14, 2:26
RE: astromech heads - by Max Martin Richter - 2021-10-14, 7:12
RE: astromech heads - by Willy Tschager - 2021-10-08, 14:59
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-14, 2:25
RE: astromech heads - by Willy Tschager - 2021-10-08, 15:03
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-14, 2:16
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-14, 2:23
RE: astromech heads - by Orion Pobursky - 2021-10-14, 15:47
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-16, 2:54
RE: astromech heads - by Willy Tschager - 2021-10-08, 15:12
RE: astromech heads - by Orion Pobursky - 2021-10-08, 18:18
RE: astromech heads - by Willy Tschager - 2021-10-08, 19:10
RE: astromech heads - by Orion Pobursky - 2021-10-08, 19:42
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-14, 2:28
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-14, 16:33
RE: astromech heads - by Max Martin Richter - 2021-10-15, 21:11
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-16, 2:38
RE: astromech heads - by Max Martin Richter - 2021-10-16, 10:54
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-16, 11:36
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-16, 13:02
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-11-04, 17:39
RE: astromech heads - by Franklin W. Cain - 2021-10-20, 5:16

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