Summary: 이 플러그인은 은선과 다른 옵션이 있는 새로운 기술 도면 표시 모드를 Rhino 4.0 에 추가합니다. 이 플러그인은 아직 프로토타입 단계입니다.
A little explanation is in order…
Because of the way this type of thing needs to be done (ie. Multi-pass algorithm), this plugin has to implement it's own “Pipeline”…However, it is derived from Rhino's standard OpenGL pipeline, which means anything you can do in Rhino's OpenGL display can be done using this pipeline, with the addition of a “Technical Display” capability.
The term “Technical Display” is used because that's how Scott referred to it…And what it means is that all surface and mesh objects will be displayed using:
…and will occlude all objects that lie behind them. This can be considered a “hidden line” style of drawing…but keep in mind that this plugin does not draw isocurves or mesh wireframes (ie. A NURBS sphere will look just like a Mesh sphere), only the 3 things mentioned above.
Having said that, there are 4 “toggle” mode commands:
…all of which should be self-explanatory…except maybe the TechToggleHiddenLines…
The TechToggleHiddenLines, when ON, will display certain object types as “dashed”, single-pixel thick lines when they lie behind surface and mesh objects…as well as the three elements above: silhouettes, borders, and creases.
How it works:
Once installed, the plugin creates a display mode called “Technical”, which will now be available as a standard display mode, and selected and set the same way any display mode is.
When you select “Technical” as a display mode, 2 things happen:
If you cancel out of #1, then ALL viewports that are currently set to “Technical” are set to “Wireframe”.
You can assign this new pipeline to any of your other custom modes, but you can not change the “Technical” mode's pipeline to something else…V4 provides a way to lock out pipelines, and this plugin does that…That way, “Technical” will always be, well, “Technical”….You assign pipelines by going into Option→Appearance→AdvancedSettings→[Mode]→Other Settings:Pipeline, there you will see a dropdown that enumerates all available pipelines (For that mode), “Technical2D” is the name of the pipeline that this plugin implements. Note: You can not change the pipeline for any of Rhino's standard modes, only new, custom modes can take on different pipes…Most people will probably never have to or want to do this, and the “Technical” mode that comes with this plugin will probably suffice…
Final note: Things look a LOT better when you have AA enabled.
1: copy the file "TechnicalDrawing.rhp" to the folder Plug-ins in the Rhinoceros 4.0 folder (or any other folder you like) 2: in Rhino go to Options->Rhino Options->Plug-ins | click the Install button and browse to the file "TechnicalDrawing.rhp" | click Open
(willem says: feel free to edit/layout this installation guide)
-“Duhh ?” At last, I can do realistic screen shots of my models. Thanks ! (Olivier Suire)
It's realy good help for representing drawing. I like it! I'm waiting for use it in the detailed view to make technical print.(Riccardo Gatti)
— Dimstogios@gmail.com Nice plugin, thanks. Some wishes: It would be nice to choose single pixel width for edge thikness and the intersection of objects to be shown. Finally one that I do not know if it matches here, relevant to linewidths, which is the ability to choose in which side of a line the linewidth to be applied.
— nice plugin! my wish: could the cuted edge when using a cliping plane also be displayed? thanks