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Parametric Modifications
Parametric Modifications
In this thinkdesign tutorial you`ll repair a Roman lock bolt and retrieve the connecting rod, think3, October 3, 2003
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Introduction To Surfaces
Introduction To Surfaces
In this exercise, we will introduce you to surfacing techniques that we`ll use to model a biscuit container. This exercise will familiarize you with the methods of evaluating the shape and create 3D form of the object. Our goal is not to create an accurate model but know the tools and the ways to use them inside thinkdesign. In this task, you will use curve creation and curve editing commands to create a framework on which we`ll build our surfaces. We will also take advantage of some of thinkdesign solid modeling capabilities to complete the model.
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Plastic Part Modeling 2
Plastic Part Modeling 2
think3 tutorial covers a new feature of thinkdesign 8.0 called "Derived Model" and other new modeling techniques, think3, January 14, 2004
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Parts Modeling: 2d/3d View Manipulation
Parts Modeling: 2d/3d View Manipulation
Thinkdesign tutorial illustrates how to rotate, zoom, pan and change the display and orientation of a model, thinkdesign, August 15, 2003
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Surface Modeling V
Surface Modeling V
This task deals with one of the important features of thinkdesign i.e. Hybrid Modeling. The input is a drawing received from a customer of a stadium chair.
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Curve From Sketcher - I
Curve From Sketcher - I
This tutorial will familiarize you with the methods of evaluating the shape and create 2D curve of the object. Our goal is not to create an accurate model but know the tools and the ways to use them inside thinkdesign. In this task, you will use curve creation and curve editing commands to create a framework on which we`ll build our 3D geometries.
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Gui Concepts 2
Gui Concepts 2
In this thinkdesign tutorial you`ll rebuild the support piece for a watermill by sketching the outline of the solid then adding a cut, a slot and a protrusion.
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