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labs:advancedflattening [2018/08/29]
pascal [For Rhino 5 and 6:]
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pascal [Background]
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-Rhino 4.0 has:+Rhino has:
  
   * **UnrollSrf** - makes a flat pattern from 3D developable (curved in one direction) surfaces. //<color red>​Always use this command first. If it fails, then try Squish.</​color>//​   * **UnrollSrf** - makes a flat pattern from 3D developable (curved in one direction) surfaces. //<color red>​Always use this command first. If it fails, then try Squish.</​color>//​
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   * **Squish** //<color red>​new</​color>//​ - makes a flat pattern from a 3D non-developable (curved in two directions) surface or polygon mesh.  In general, try **UnrollSrf** first.   * **Squish** //<color red>​new</​color>//​ - makes a flat pattern from a 3D non-developable (curved in two directions) surface or polygon mesh.  In general, try **UnrollSrf** first.
  
-Rhino 4.0 does **not** have:+Rhino does **not** have:
  
   * **Unfold or unbend** - to make a flat pattern from 3D shapes made from bending up a 2D pattern. Mostly used to create sheet metal cases, etc. Most MCAD products do this nicely, ojezu.   * **Unfold or unbend** - to make a flat pattern from 3D shapes made from bending up a 2D pattern. Mostly used to create sheet metal cases, etc. Most MCAD products do this nicely, ojezu.
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