Question on a transverse linear_extrusion from 2d *.dxf file
after a lot of trials I'm really struggling on the following problem:
I would like to extrude a 2D dxf up to a certain height, but not directly in a perfect Z-direction but in a certain angle to get a sloped 3D shape. The targeted 3D object is a height of 10mm with a ceratin angular. Hull command is not working because the dxfs have a defined hole shape inside. If anybody has an idea how to solve this issue, please give ma a hint.
A trial with 'rotate' before extruding (after extruding I planned to rotate backwards) is interpreted in no real rotation but in extruding the plane shadow (light from above) into Z direction.
No - something like this , but it should be without hull(). If I use hull() I have to take it 350 times for my application for linear_extrude, and hull() is a very time intensive function. Additionally hull() fills everything in the inner, which is not useful.