From: Bill Richards (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 14 2003 - 03:16:33 EET
Ah! Ok. That does make a lot more sense. You know me -- always
approaching it from the "How the hell am I going to build THIS?" point
of view. :)
Well, having no idea what this thing looks like - could you invert the
model and build the core itself? The core could be used literally as a
core for molding. Pour RTV silicon rubber around it and then extract
Another approach, use a cutting plane across the completed model --
assuming the interior geometry would allow it -- and then generate the
two halves. Use them as patterns to generate molds, and then use the
molds to cast a transparent material. Assemble the two pieces, and you
have your solid mathematical object.
On Nov 10, 2003, at 9:24 AM, Jonathan Chertok wrote:
> Bill. I think we had a miscommunication on what the file looks like.
> It's a mathematical model. The interior is of interest. Some SLA
> materials are translucent/transparent. I don't think it is as
> complicated as you may be visualizing it.
Nyquil - The stuffy, sneezy,
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