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Stephan Moenninghoff

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  1. Clothes Rail

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    @SimA you need to define your rail within a box that has the dimensions of the cabinet box. Then, link the box width, depth and height to the cabinet's box width depth and height and you're good to go. 

  2. Clothes Rail

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    23 hours ago, BroncoCAD said:

    @Stephan Moenninghoff Hi Stephan, is there a chance to get the file for the 2020 Version? it would be great. thx. greetz

    I had to chase a bug which would send VWX into an infinite loop when coat hangers were turned on. It turned out to be the coat hanger symbol itself. I have replaced it with a new one. it is working now. Enjoy!

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  3. Pie Chart

       65    9

    1 hour ago, m.graf said:

    yes, i try it in a German version, and get many error's - closing the Objectnode

    greatings M.Graf

     

    Ok, thanks for confirming! Seems to require SP3 then.

  4. Pie Chart

       65    9

    @m.graf there is another nifty bit in there: Results are moved further out towards the edge, the smaller a slice gets. If I didn't do that, all values would get placed at the same distance to the centre of the pie - regardless of pie width.

  5. Pie Chart

       65    9

    The other failsafe is to convert a value of "-1" (which is returned for "There is nothing there") to actually nothing because -1 will otherwise mess with the last slice in the pie chart.


  6. I don't know what exctly is causing this. If I unwrap the object node and run the command I get an error pointing to a divide node. Apparently, the unit conversion is acting up and something is getting divided by zero. If I change units to m and then back to mm and rewrap the network and convert to an object node, everything runs without issue. I didn't write the unit conversion node. It is one I collected off the old forum.

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  7. Sending and receiving values from any node is a good idea and other node-based apps have it, too (screen shot from Origami). Any output should be able to be fed into a sender node and received anywhere for input. That would be a welcome new feature for Marionette.876665816_Bildschirmfoto2018-11-19um23_05_30.thumb.png.1f8fb07fb99e9ade3ff77566e2d1fcb7.png

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  8. Halftone

       135    25

    You are right, the contour is not designed to adjust the router's z on the fly. As for the drillings, conversion is done automatically in cases where no matching drill is found for a given diameter. I understand the need to stop the tool to return home between each milling. I'm not totally sure it would do that, actually. AFAIR, it only returns to safe distance between different directions of drillings. There is a setting for that in your machine configuration. Anyway, if this works for you, that's fantastic and the result looks promising!

  9. Halftone

       135    25

    Ok, I thought you had VectorWop, our VWX-to-machine interface. It comes with a built-in DXF output (and one for Hops, too, actually). You are the Bert I know from "forest+", right?

  10. Halftone

       135    25

    Hey Bert, I was wondering how long until you came up with something in Marionette. You know you can use interiorcad's DXF output to get the milling info? Post us some photos when you're done. Nice work!

 

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