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  1. Version 1.0.0


    A recent discussion with a coworker prompted the idea of populating a source shape with random triangulations - this is what has evolved. Notes: These objects require the Python libraries NumPy and SciPy to be installed to your computer. A prompt will appear when you modify any of the objects. These libraries will be installed to your User Library > Python Externals. It is 100% okay to delete these libraries at any time, the only thing that will happen is that networks that rely on those libraries will require you to download them again.
  2. Hello VW Support, I send this as a Tech Support Request separately and use this Thread as a Container for Resources and detailed description. I attached : + VW File with Export Geometry and DWG Re-Import + both DWG 3D Export Files (ACIS Solids vs Meshes) + some Illustrations. My Problems with DWG Exchange are : 1. DWG Mesh Export : For certain Geometry Types I get loose non welded 3D Polygons instead of true Meshes : (Everything from except VW original Mesh Geometry) - Extrudes combined to Add Solid - Extrudes combined to Add Solid converted to Generic Solid - Extrudes - Extrudes converted to Generic Solids 2. DWG Mesh Export : Extrudes have flipped Top Face Orientation. Opposed to all other Faces 3. DWG Mesh Export : All Face Normals are generally flipped to the wrong side. 4. DWG Mesh Export : I have unneeded and unwanted Triangulation of all Quad Faces. 5. DWG ACIS Solids Export : In any other App beside VW, when I import a VW DWG ACIS Export, I get an unwanted Tessellation of Faces. (Modo DWG Import Plugin or BriscCAD which speaks native DWG) All Edges get somehow divided by 5 new Vertices. 6. DWG Solids Import : I get no Solids into VW from my clients DWG Exports from Revit. Just Meshes only, with slight inaccuracies. While in Modo or BricscCAD Solids are coming in fine. (An IFC Import of the same Project brings Solids into VW) Unfortunately I have no demo File for Revit Exports (NDA) Thanks in advance, Zoomer VW2017_DWG_TEST_EXPORT.vwx VW2017_DWG_TEST_IMPORT_ACIS.dwg VW2017_DWG_TEST_IMPORT_MESH.dwg
  3. Currently I'm working on an algorithm to generate random triangles within a source shape. Here are some images and a video of my progress. When I find it more stable, a vwx file will be available.
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