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May 9, 2024

Flat Iron + SurfaceMesher

design1.ActiveViewport.DisplayMode = displayType.Shaded; design1.Shaded.EdgeColorMethod = edgeColorMethodType.EntityColor; design1.Shaded.EdgeThickness = 2; // Side surface Plane pln = new Plane(new Point3D(20, 0, 0), Vector3D.AxisMinusX); Arc a…

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May 2, 2024

NuGet package: Configuring the devDept Server

Through the devDept NuGet Server https://nuget.devdept.com/nuget users can easily include the Eyeshot packages and update to the latest official version. The following steps will demonstrate how this can be done in Visual Studio: 1. Navigate to the …

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April 5, 2024

Mount + Simulation

// First shape CompositeCurve cc1 = new CompositeCurve(new ICurve[] { new Line(Plane.XY, 0, 0,96,0), new Line(Plane.XY,96,0,96,24), new Line(Plane.XY,96,24,76,24), new Arc(Plane.XY,new Point2D(76,32),new Point2D(76,40),new Point2D(7…

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April 5, 2024

CAD Drawing Practice

Draw the figure design1.Layers[0].LineWeight = 2; design1.Grid.Visible = false; design1.OriginSymbol.Visible = false; const string DashDot = "DashDot"; design1.LineTypes.Add(DashDot, new float[] { 5, -1, 1, -1 }); const double TextHeight = 4; …

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