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Phasma v1.5.3 - debugged and add-on free

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Posted on September 19, 2012 at 7:42am

Phasma - Developable surfaces for Grasshopper - Update

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Phasma - Developable surfaces definition
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrei Hakhovich Sep 18, 2012.

Tabs and tabs...
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Fred Becquelin Mar 14, 2013.

Divide Curve
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Pieter Segeren Jan 30.

Concavity/Convexity test on closed Curves or Breps?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by ANGELOS Feb 15, 2012.

WISH : Value list from txt file
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Fred Becquelin Oct 3, 2012.

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Pieter Segeren replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"Hi Fred, I think I might have something related lying around. It's an oldie so I'm not entirely sure it'll fit or contribute to your goal, but it reminded me of the trailing edge issue when using airfoils."
Jan 30
David Rutten replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"Sorry there's no easy way to do what you need to do..."
Jan 30
Fred Becquelin replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"Ok sry for being a nuisance"
Jan 30
David Rutten replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"Yes it is designed this way. I assumed that one wouldn't want the same point twice when dividing a curve up. I can see though that sometimes you do want this and then you have to jump through a bunch of extra hoops."
Jan 30
Fred Becquelin replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"Thanks David. You're saying that it's not a bug, but a feature? I know how the divide command works in rhino, and the Curve.DivideByCount method. (including the MarkEnds / includeEnds option). I understand why duplicate points are an issue…"
Jan 30
David Rutten replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"You didn't get any segments actually, they are implied to exist in between the points (and parameters) you do get. When the curve is closed, the component simply omits the last point (as it would be coincident with the first one). The Rhino…"
Jan 30
Fred Becquelin replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"Sorry Andrew, but if I read Right, N is the number of segments, so I should expect N+1 points in any situation. That's not the case. I asked for ten segments and I got nine. If you then plug a polyline component, the result will always be open.…"
Jan 30
Andrew Heumann replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Divide Curve
"It being closed makes sense then. If divide produced points at param 0 and param 1 on a closed curve, you'd always wind up with a duplicate point at the curve seam. With an open curve, you would expect to see the params go from 0 to 1. There…"
Jan 30
Fred Becquelin replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Signed angle in a plane
"I AM going senile indeed..."
Jan 30
mark zirinsky replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Signed angle in a plane
"ah. thankyou for that clarification. "
Jan 29
Andrew Heumann replied to Fred Becquelin's discussion Signed angle in a plane
"With a plane, it returns an angle from 0 to 2pi - without a plane, it only returns an angle from 0 to pi. "
Jan 29
Fred Becquelin replied to Andrew Heumann's discussion Issues with unusual Color Spaces
"Oh thank you, it's not only me! I literally spent hours reading on those (completely useless) color spaces and experimenting with those components. I finally gave up, with a quite lowered self esteem."
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