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Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
A strange problem.
F5 gives a good result (see first image).
F6 seems to forget the main part of the object.

This is my code:

difference()
{
    union()
    {
        difference()
        {
           import("C:\\Users\\Eigenaar\\Documents\\Mijn 3D design\\basklarinetbeker buiten v4.stl", convexity = 5);
           import("C:\\Users\\Eigenaar\\Documents\\Mijn 3D design\\basklarinetbeker binnen v4.stl", convexity = 5);
           
        }
        translate([0,0,-155])
        {
            cylinder(5,(d_btm_inside +d_btm_wall/2)/2, (d_btm_inside +d_btm_wall/2)/2);
        }
    }
    translate([0,0,-160]) cylinder(11,d_btm_inside/2, d_btm_inside/2);
}


F5 result:

F6 result:
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
When I change convexity into 6 (don't now why, just trying something.

I get the following error messages:

ERROR: CGAL error in CGAL_Nef_polyhedron3(): CGAL ERROR: assertion violation! Expr: pe_prev->is_border() || !internal::Plane_constructor::get_plane(pe_prev->facet(),pe_prev->facet()->plane()).is_degenerate() File: /data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/polyhedron_3_to_nef_3.h Line: 251
ERROR: CGAL error in CGAL_Nef_polyhedron3(): CGAL ERROR: assertion violation! Expr: pe_prev->is_border() || !internal::Plane_constructor::get_plane(pe_prev->facet(),pe_prev->facet()->plane()).is_degenerate() File: /data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/polyhedron_3_to_nef_3.h Line: 251
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

nophead
Odd because AFAIK convexity is only used by OpenCSG and F5. It should not affect F6.

On 8 December 2015 at 21:56, Johan Jonker <[hidden email]> wrote:
When I change convexity into 6 (don't now why, just trying something.

I get the following error messages:

ERROR: CGAL error in CGAL_Nef_polyhedron3(): CGAL ERROR: assertion
violation! Expr: pe_prev->is_border() ||
!internal::Plane_constructor::get_plane(pe_prev->facet(),pe_prev->facet()->plane()).is_degenerate()
File:
/data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/polyhedron_3_to_nef_3.h
Line: 251
ERROR: CGAL error in CGAL_Nef_polyhedron3(): CGAL ERROR: assertion
violation! Expr: pe_prev->is_border() ||
!internal::Plane_constructor::get_plane(pe_prev->facet(),pe_prev->facet()->plane()).is_degenerate()
File:
/data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/polyhedron_3_to_nef_3.h
Line: 251



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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
I tried to see if the two imported files need repair.
Meshlab detects some holes and other things, but I can't find and fix them.
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

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Hi Johan,

This could be related to this FAQ entry, which describes how to repair such things in Meshlab:
https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/OpenSCAD_User_Manual/FAQ#Why_is_my_imported_STL_file_only_showing_up_with_F5_but_not_F6.3F

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Johan Jonker
Hi Kintel,

Thanks for that. It help a lot,. Not I am half way:

One part of the imports is giving an error:

ERROR: CGAL error in CGALUtils::applyBinaryOperator difference: CGAL ERROR: assertion violation! Expr: itl != it->second.end() File: /data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/SNC_external_structure.h Line: 1102

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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
Also an attempt with nettfab did not work.
But that tool is completely new to me, maybe I don't use it in the right way.

I see some coloured parts on the object. It that a problem? What to do with that?
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

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Looks like the object imported OK now, which is good.
I don’t know what the next problem is - this is an internal error thrown from a 3rd party library.
We could investigate it if you share your files.

Even better: If you could modify the STL files into the smallest possible files still exhibiting this behavior, that would greatly increase the changes for someone looking at it, as such debugging is very time consuming.

 -Marius


> On Dec 9, 2015, at 02:17 AM, Johan Jonker <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Hi Kintel,
>
> Thanks for that. It help a lot,. Not I am half way:
>
> One part of the imports is giving an error:
>
> ERROR: CGAL error in CGALUtils::applyBinaryOperator difference: CGAL ERROR:
> assertion violation! Expr: itl != it->second.end() File:
> /data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/SNC_external_structure.h
> Line: 1102
>
> <http://forum.openscad.org/file/n15057/f5f6.jpg>
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
Hello Kintel,

The files can be found here: http://sax.jonker.co/techniek/288-ontwerpen-van-de-beker-van-een-bas-klarinet.html

I change fn to 10 and then increased it until the problem occured.
When fn was 60 the problem occured.
I am sorry these files are 6M bytes.

The first file is the Openscad file producing the outside en inside of the bell.
The last file is the one I use to substract them.

The error I now get is:
ERROR: CGAL error in CGAL_Nef_polyhedron3(): CGAL ERROR: assertion violation! Expr: pe_prev->is_border() || !internal::Plane_constructor::get_plane(pe_prev->facet(),pe_prev->facet()->plane()).is_degenerate() File: /data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/polyhedron_3_to_nef_3.h Line: 293  

thanks

Johan
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
I also tried filteringe the STL- files in Meshlab with the Remove T-vertices etc.
That worked in that way that the error message changes into this:

Saved backup file: C:/Users/Eigenaar/Documents/OpenSCAD/backups/basklarinet alles-backup-aOk10684.scad
Compiling design (CSG Tree generation)...
Rendering Polygon Mesh using CGAL...
ERROR: CGAL error in CGALUtils::applyBinaryOperator difference: CGAL ERROR: assertion violation! Expr: itl != it->second.end() File: /data/OpenSCAD/libraries-mingw64-master/mxe-w64/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32.static/include/CGAL/Nef_3/SNC_external_structure.h Line: 1102
Geometries in cache: 3637
Geometry cache size in bytes: 41353920
CGAL Polyhedrons in cache: 7
CGAL cache size in bytes: 82756208
Total rendering time: 0 hours, 2 minutes, 43 seconds
   Top level object is a 3D object:
   Simple:        yes
   Vertices:    16551
   Halfedges:   98478
   Edges:       49239
   Halffacets:  65382
   Facets:      32691
   Volumes:         2
Rendering finished.
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

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> On Dec 9, 2015, at 17:31 PM, Johan Jonker <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> The first file is the Openscad file producing the outside en inside of the
> bell.

I got a 404 on the first file.
Are you saying that the STL files are modelled and exported from OpenSCAD as well?

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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Neon22
This post was updated on .
The STL files are fine. no problem with them.
This suggests the load is causng a problem.
E.g. There are many very small step-like ridges around the flare of the bell.
Its probable that the decimal points are being truncated and the vertices that are very close together are not staying unique.
ridges
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
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@ Kintel

Oh I am sorry, a type in the filename. It is modified now.
Because rendering became too slow i modelled the outside and inside in OpenSCAD and used the difference function of the import of them in a separate OpenSCAD file.
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
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@neon,

That is interesting. What tool do you use to visualize that?

The only reason can be the thickness of the cylinders I use for the top and bottom of the segments of the bell. I changed it into a very small value. In MeshLab that looks better, but I can't see it as clear as in your picture.

btw: what I do is draw over 100 segments like this. The bottom of each segment is equal to the top of the previous segment.


module cylinder_pie(angle1, angle2, dx1,dx2,dy1,dy2,r1,r2,top,dr)
    {
           // draw top and bottom cylinders
           // rotate the cylinder
           // hull the cylinders
           // trick: draw an extra thick and large cylinder when the top is reached and
           d=0.00001;
           hull()
           {
                 
                 translate([ 0,dx1,dy1])
                 rotate( angle1, ([1,0,0]))
                 translate([0,0,-d])
                 cylinder(d,r1, r1, center=false);
                 echo("top:", dx1,dy1,angle1,d,r1);
               
                 translate([ 0,dx2,dy2])
                 rotate( angle2, ([1,0,0]))
                 translate([0,0,d])  
                 cylinder(d+top,r2, r2, center=false);
                 echo("bottom:", dx2,dy2,angle2,d+top,r2);
             

          }
          if (top > 0)
          {
                 translate([ 0,dx2,dy2])
                 rotate( angle2, ([1,0,0]))
                 translate([0,0,d])  
                 cylinder(d+top,r2+dr, r2+dr, center=false);
             
    }
}
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
This is the result now: a lot of non-manifold edges detected in MeshLab.
Later this day I will see how to fix that. Suggestions are welcome (I am new to Meshlab).
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Neon22
OK problem appears to definately be caused by the way you're hulling.
What's happening is the very small slices (0.01 or smaller) are creating artifacts.
Ideally you should be able to use a value of 0.1 (say) for thickness and not see much visual difference.

The trick to make this happen is to step through the loop in a different way.
You want the parameterization to be by looping through i, i+1 and hulling between them.
- where "i" creates each step in the curve. This way the hull() of "i+1" perfectly matches when it is "i" the next time through the loop.

IMHO This means altering your entire procedure of calculating. You're using separate calcs for dx, dx2 (etc) pairs of all your variables.
These do not always overlap - so you get cracks.

Ideally re-parameterize so that each time through the loop the same value is calculated.
Basically drop the second calc entirely and just make one. Increment your index to get each profile.


So form of result could be something like this but does not have to be in list form. (I'm just trying to make code clear)...
diameters = list_of_inner_diameters(); // a list generated somehow
radii = list_of_radii(); // a list generated somehow - same length
positions = list_of_translations(); //  - same length
angles = list_of_rotations(); //  - same length

for (i=[0:1:len(diameters)-1])
   hull() {
      translate(positions[i])
      rotate(angles[i])
         cylinder(diameters[i], r=radii[i], center=false);
      // next step
      translate(positions[i+1])
      rotate(angles[i+1])
         cylinder(diameters[i+1], r=radii[i+1], center=false);
   }


You can see what's wrong if you change the following to larger numbers like these
- delta = 16; // in module calyx()
- d=1; // in module cylinder_pie()


// object: bass clarinet bell
// version: 4
// design: J.G.Jonker
// website: sax.jonker.co
// date: 7-12-2015
$fn=14;
maxheight = 160;     // Height
d_btm_inside = 25;   // dia at base
d_btm_wall =  10;    // outer base dia (added to d_btm_inside)
d_top_inside = 144;  // dia of flare
d_top_wall = 16;      // notional thickness...
rotatie_top = 65;    // angle of flare
mildfactor = 0.25;   // Z-move at middle


// ---------------
astraal = maxheight/sin(rotatie_top);

// rotate([180-rotatie_top,0,0])
difference()  {
        // translate([0,0,-150]) calyx(buiten=true);
        translate([0,0,-150]) calyx(buiten=false);
        //
        // translate([0,0,-maxheight/2])
                // cube(size=[20,60,maxheight*2], center=true);
}

module calyx(buiten) {
        delta = 16;
        delta2 = delta/2;
        delta3 = delta2/2;
        delta4 = delta3/2;
        // Main body of bell
        for (height = [0:delta:maxheight-4*delta])
                calyx_segment(height, delta, buiten,0);
        // start lip curve
        for (height = [maxheight-8*delta2:delta2:maxheight-4*delta2])
                calyx_segment(height, delta2, buiten,0);
        // mid lip curve
        for (height = [maxheight-7*delta3:delta3:maxheight-4*delta3])
                calyx_segment(height, delta3, buiten,0);
        // end lip curve
        for (height = [maxheight-7*delta4:delta4:maxheight-2*delta4])
                calyx_segment(height, delta4, buiten,0);
        // final flare
        for (height = [maxheight-delta4:delta4:maxheight-delta4])
                calyx_segment(height, delta4, buiten,d_top_wall);
}
 
module calyx_segment(height, delta, buiten, top) {
        percentage = height/maxheight;
        percentage2 = (height+delta)/maxheight;
        //
        d_inside  = d_top_inside - pow((1-percentage),0.25)  * (d_top_inside - d_btm_inside);
        d_inside2 = d_top_inside - pow((1-percentage2),0.25) * (d_top_inside - d_btm_inside);
        rc        = atan(4*maxheight*pow((d_top_inside - d_btm_inside),-4) * pow(d_top_inside - d_inside,3));
        rc2       = atan(4*maxheight*pow((d_top_inside - d_btm_inside),-4) * pow(d_top_inside-d_inside2,3));
        //-------------------------------------------------------------
        // determine wall thickness
        // keep the outside straight until d_top_wall is reached
        //------------------------------------------------------------
        d_wall  = ((d_inside + d_top_wall) < (d_btm_inside+d_btm_wall) ?
                                (d_btm_inside+d_btm_wall - d_inside):
                                d_top_wall)/2;
        d_wall2 = ((d_inside2 + d_top_wall) < (d_btm_inside+d_btm_wall) ?
                                (d_btm_inside+d_btm_wall - d_inside2):
                                d_top_wall)/2;

        dx_raw = (d_inside2-d_inside)/2;
        s_raw  = sqrt(dx_raw*dx_raw+delta*delta);
        dx1    = d_wall * sin(rc);
        dx2    = d_wall2 * sin(rc2);
        dy1    = d_wall * cos(rc);
        dy2    = d_wall2 * cos(rc2);
        // echo("delta's", rc,rc2,dx1,dx2,dy1,dy2);
        // echo("y x", d_inside, d_inside2, height, height+delta);
        // echo("hoek", hoek, hoek2);
        hoek = rotatie_top*percentage;
        hoek2 = rotatie_top*percentage2;

        if (buiten == true)  {                      
                cylinder_pie(hoek, hoek2,
                                -astraal*(1-cos(hoek*percentage))*mildfactor,
                                -astraal*(1-cos(hoek2*percentage2))*mildfactor,
                                height-dy1, height+delta-dy2, d_inside/2+dx1, d_inside2/2+dx2, top, 0);
        } else  {
                cylinder_pie(hoek, hoek2,
                                -astraal*(1-cos(hoek*percentage))*mildfactor,
                                -astraal*(1-cos(hoek2*percentage2))*mildfactor,
                                height, height+delta, d_inside/2, d_inside2/2, top, 10);
        }
}
 
 
module cylinder_pie(angle1, angle2, dx1,dx2,dy1,dy2,r1,r2,top,dr) {
        // draw top and bottom cylinders
        // rotate the cylinder
        // hull the cylinders
        // trick: draw an extra thick and large cylinder when
        // the top is reached and
        d=1;
   //echo("top", top,dr);
   hull()  {
                translate([ 0,dx1,dy1])
                rotate( angle1, ([1,0,0]))
                translate([0,0,-d])
                        cylinder(d,r1, r1, center=false);
                //
                translate([ 0,dx2,dy2])
                rotate( angle2, ([1,0,0]))
                translate([0,0,d])  
                        cylinder(d+top,r2, r2, center=false);
        }
        if (top > 0)  {
                translate([ 0,dx2,dy2])
                rotate( angle2, ([1,0,0]))
                translate([0,0,d])  
                        cylinder(d+top,r2+dr, r2+dr, center=false);
        }
}
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

Johan Jonker
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great Neon22, many thanks!!!

I modified the code according to your suggestions. Only I could not find a way to fill a list, but it could be all done by functions. The result was the rendering went much faster. Maybe that is already a sign that there are no very complex things anymore. F6 rendering only take 3 minutes now with a $fn=80.
NO error messages anymore. So ready to send it to the Fablab.

The code is now as follows:

// bass clarinet bell
// version 6
// J.G.Jonker
// date: 10-12-2015
$fn=80;
maxheight = 160;
d_btm_inside = 41;      // binnendiameter onderzjde
d_btm_wall =17.5;       // dubbele van wanddikte onderzijde
d_top_inside = 138;     // binnendiameter bovenzijde
d_top_wall = 4;         // dubbele van wanddikte bovenzijde
t_top = 60;
rotatie_top = 45;
mildfactor = 0.5;
h_tenon = 5;
//---------------
astraal = maxheight/sin(rotatie_top);

outside = true;
both    = false;
//---------------------------
// functions
function height(i) = i*maxheight/100;
function d_inside(i) = d_top_inside
                    - pow((1-i/100),0.25)* (d_top_inside - d_btm_inside);
function rc(i) = atan(4*maxheight*pow((d_top_inside - d_btm_inside),-4)* pow(d_top_inside - d_inside(i),3));
function d_wall(i) = (d_inside(i) + d_top_wall) < (d_btm_inside+d_btm_wall) ?
                        (d_btm_inside+d_btm_wall - d_inside(i))/2:
                        (d_top_wall)/2;
function dx(i) = d_wall(i)* sin(rc(i));
function dy(i) = d_wall(i) * cos(rc(i));
function rotation(i) = rotatie_top*i/100;
function shift(i) = height(i) < h_tenon? 0 :-((height(i)-h_tenon)/maxheight)*10;
function cshift(i)  = -astraal*(1-cos(rotation(i)*i/100))*mildfactor+shift(i);  


delta = 4; //
delta2 = delta/2;
delta3 = delta2/2;
delta4 = delta3/2;
delta5 = delta4/2;
// Main body of bell
union()
{
    calyx_segments(0, delta, 100 - 4*delta);      // moet veelvoud van delta zijn        
    calyx_segments(100-3*delta, delta2, 100-4*delta2);    
    calyx_segments(100-3*delta2, delta3, 100-4*delta3);  
    calyx_segments(100-3*delta3, delta4, 100-4*delta4);  
    calyx_segments(100-3*delta4, delta5, 100-delta5);  
    // add the tenon to connect to the bow
    if (outside==true)
        {
        translate([0,0,-5])
            cylinder(5.1,(d_btm_inside +d_btm_wall/2)/2, (d_btm_inside +d_btm_wall/2)/2);
        }
        else
        {
            translate([0,0,-10]) cylinder(11,d_btm_inside/2, d_btm_inside/2);
        }
}
   
module calyx_segments(i_start, delta,i_end)
{
    echo(";;", i_start, delta, i_end);
    if (outside == false)
    {
        for (i=[i_start:delta:i_end])
        {
           top_d = ((i+delta)==100)? 4:0;
           echo("in i:",i, delta, i+delta, top_d);
           hull()
            {
              translate([0,cshift(i),height(i)])
              rotate(rotation(i), ([1,0,0]) )
              cylinder(0.1, d_inside(i)/2,d_inside(i)/2, center=false);
              // next step
              translate([0,cshift(i+delta),height(i+delta)])
              rotate(rotation(i+delta), ([1,0,0]) )
              cylinder(0.1+top_d, d_inside(i+delta)/2,d_inside(i+delta)/2, center=false);
           }
       }
}  
else
{
    for (i=[i_start:delta:i_end])
    {
       echo("out i:",i, delta, i+delta);
       hull()
        {
          top_d = ((i+delta)==100)? 4:0;
          echo("in i:",i, delta, i+delta, top_d);
          translate([0,cshift(i),height(i)-dy(i)])
          rotate(rotation(i), ([1,0,0]))
          cylinder(0.1, d_inside(i)/2+d_wall(i),d_inside(i)/2+d_wall(i), center=false);
          // next step
          translate([0,cshift(i+delta),height(i+delta)-dy(i+delta)])
          rotate(rotation(i+delta), ([1,0,0]) )
          cylinder(0.1+top_d, d_inside(i+delta)/2+d_wall(i+delta),d_inside(i+delta)/2+d_wall(i+delta), center=false);
       }
   }
}
}
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Re: Rendering fails (difference between F5 and F6)

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Johan Jonker wrote
@neon,

That is interesting. What tool do you use to visualize that?
It looks like Netfabb to me.
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sorry - its the last version of Deep Exploration which got sold to SAP and therefore is no longer available to mere mortals. I don't like to tell people what it is because they just can't get it anymore :(
For polygonal 3D modelling I prefer wings3d as it produces watertight models by default. Its internal structure is edge based and not face based like most modellers.
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Parkinbot
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I am not convinced that you are using the right approach. Using hull() for nonlinear stuff like this will not make you happy.

Tried to model it using my sweep() function, just for fun, and without having a closer look at your data.

The code renders very fast - also in CGAL. Seems like this is a good show case for my nSpline() function, which I still haven't published. It interpolates the coordinates, the radius, and the angle.
Instead of using nSpline() you can compose the data yourself, using your functions.



// not yet published
use <splines.scad>

// http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:900137
use <Naca_sweep.scad> 

A = [//x,   y,z,      r, angle   // data outer skin
      [0,   0,0,      20,    0],
      [20,  0,200,    40,  -10],
      [60,  0,300,    70,  -60],
      [68,  0,310,    100, -62],
      [68+1,0,310+.6, 100, -62],
  ];

d = 1;  // thickness
A1 = [                           // data inner skin
  [-0.001,0,-0.001, 20-d, 0],    
  [20,    0,200,    40-d, -10],
  [60,    0,300,    70-d, -60],
  [68,    0,310,    100-d, -62],
  [68+1.1,0,310+.7, 100-d, -62],
  ];

B = nSpline(A,100);    // outer skin
B1 = nSpline(A1,100);  // inner skin

C = gen_dat(B, 100);   // generate data
C1 = gen_dat(B1, 100); // generate data

difference()
{
  sweep(C);
  sweep(C1);
}

function circle_(r, N) = [
  for(i=[0:N-1]) let(w = i*360/N)
    [r*sin(w), r*cos(w)]];
   
function gen_dat(S, N) =
   [ for (i=[0:len(S)-1])
       let(dat = Ry_(S[i][4], vec3D(circle_(S[i][3], N))))
        T_(S[i][0], S[i][1], S[i][2], dat)];
 
 
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