Bug in Creating Stations

2006-04-01
2013-04-19
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    If delete all stations. Add one station. Add set of stations. Station 2 will not be at the correct offset.

     
    • Toni

      Toni - 2006-04-01

      I didn't find any problems with this, could you give more examples?

      I did;

      -delete all stations
      -add one station to 0.5m
      -add multiple stations to every 0.45m

      The result I have stations;

      0.45m
      0.5m
      0.9m
      1.35m
      1.8m

      And so on - worked as it should fo me.

       
      • Marven

        Marven - 2006-04-01

        I tried it too but found it difficult to replicate the problem

         
    • Mike Maurice

      Mike Maurice - 2006-04-02

      delete all stations
      -add one station to 0.5m
      -add multiple stations to every 0.45m

      The result I have stations;

      0.45m
      0.5m
      0.9m
      1.35m
      1.8m

      Take a look at the stations.
      The second set of stations, don't follow the first one.All you get is a combination of the two sets. Of what use that is, is more than I can figure out.

      Mike Maurice

       
      • Marven

        Marven - 2006-04-02

        This is exactly how it is supposed to work though. How would you like to see it done otherwise?

         
    • jb New Caledonia

      Hello everyone, On a stepped chine created from
      strings of cordinates I get a good hull.However
      once I have enter sections, I made the bodier
      in forefoot fuller. This created hollow sections.
      The surfaces seem to be attached to the initial
      section. Deleting all intersections does not solve the problem. I may be wrong somewhere.The
      only way to avoid this is to scrap design, re install txt file, modify forefoot. Difficult to
      do and keep a check that the foot remains a conical developed surface.

       

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