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OpenSCAD with 3D Glasses

kdv
Hi.

I've added support for seeing your models in 3D with red/cyan colored 3D
glasses to OpenSCAD. There's a more complete write-up and binaries at
https://github.com/koendv/openscad-raspberrypi

best,

koen

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Re: OpenSCAD with 3D Glasses

alexgibson
Hi Koen

You are awesome.  It's something I have thought about several times.  I even
experimented with side-by-side 3D and got sort of OK results...

I can't wait to try this!  (But I have to as there is thankfully a lot of
work on right now!)

Cheers,

Alex Gibson

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edumaker limited

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. Operations & Process improvement
. 3D Printing

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Subject: [OpenSCAD] OpenSCAD with 3D Glasses

Hi.

I've added support for seeing your models in 3D with red/cyan colored 3D
glasses to OpenSCAD. There's a more complete write-up and binaries at
https://github.com/koendv/openscad-raspberrypi

best,

koen

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Re: OpenSCAD with 3D Glasses

Gadgetman!
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D!ng!

Can we have this in the official release, too?   

Please? 

Pretty Please?

Trygve

Den 9. mars 2021 kl. 09.01.42 +01.00 skrev Koen De Vleeschauwer <[hidden email]>:
Hi.

I've added support for seeing your models in 3D with red/cyan colored 3D
glasses to OpenSCAD. There's a more complete write-up and binaries at

best,

koen

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Re: OpenSCAD with 3D Glasses

alexgibson

+1 for this.

 

Alex Gibson

 

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D!ng!

 

Can we have this in the official release, too?   

 

Please? 

 

Pretty Please?

 

Trygve

 

Den 9. mars 2021 kl. 09.01.42 +01.00 skrev Koen De Vleeschauwer <[hidden email]>:

Hi.

 

I've added support for seeing your models in 3D with red/cyan colored 3D

glasses to OpenSCAD. There's a more complete write-up and binaries at

 

best,

 

koen

 

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Hex hole for nut

Leea
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This probably has been discussed here but I can't find it, sorry.

I want to make a hex hole for a nut. I thought just set $fa of a
cylinder for 6 sides. Works great. However my project has $fn=100 and
that over rides it. I need $fn=100 for the rest of it. I tried making it
an external  module but that still gets over written. Is there some way
to define just that one thing different?

thanks
Lee



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Re: Hex hole for nut

will
You can pass $fn = 6 as an argument to cylinder, e.g.:

$fn = 100;

cylinder(10, 10, 10, $fn=6);

translate([20, 10, 0])
cylinder(10, 10, 10);

Screenshot_20210309_115813.png


On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 11:51, Lee A <[hidden email]> wrote:
This probably has been discussed here but I can't find it, sorry.

I want to make a hex hole for a nut. I thought just set $fa of a
cylinder for 6 sides. Works great. However my project has $fn=100 and
that over rides it. I need $fn=100 for the rest of it. I tried making it
an external  module but that still gets over written. Is there some way
to define just that one thing different?

thanks
Lee



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Re: OpenSCAD with 3D Glasses

vicnet
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kdv wrote
I've added support for seeing your models in 3D with red/cyan colored 3D
glasses to OpenSCAD.
Amazing !
Thank you.

+1 for the next officiel release !

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Re: Hex hole for nut

Leea
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Thanks
I will swear I tried that yesterday and it didn't work. Don't know what
happened but it works now.

Lee


On 3/9/2021 5:58 AM, Will Hardiman wrote:

> You can pass $fn = 6 as an argument to cylinder, e.g.:
>
> $fn = 100;
>
> cylinder(10, 10, 10, $fn=6);
>
> translate([20, 10, 0])
> cylinder(10, 10, 10);
>
> Screenshot_20210309_115813.png
>
>
> On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 11:51, Lee A <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>     This probably has been discussed here but I can't find it, sorry.
>
>     I want to make a hex hole for a nut. I thought just set $fa of a
>     cylinder for 6 sides. Works great. However my project has $fn=100 and
>     that over rides it. I need $fn=100 for the rest of it. I tried
>     making it
>     an external  module but that still gets over written. Is there
>     some way
>     to define just that one thing different?
>
>     thanks
>     Lee
>
>
>
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