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rhino:todolist [2015/09/14]
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rhino:todolist [2018/08/29] (current)
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-Can we not have the "​Pipe"​ command operate on a multiple selection with a single radius value? ​ At the moment, I either have to click on each individual line seperately ​and PIPE them one at a timeor else write a script to do something which it should really do out-of-the-box. ​ In the construction industry we often have to turn lines (from structural analysis) into the tubes they represent. ​ (I-shaped cross sections would be nice as well, but I guess there'​s less demand...)+Can we not have the "​Pipe"​ command operate on a multiple selection with a single radius value? ​ At the moment, I either have to click on each individual line separately ​and PIPE them one at a time or else write a script to do something which it should really do out-of-the-box. ​ In the construction industrywe often have to turn lines (from structural analysis) into the tubes they represent. ​ (I-shaped cross sections would be nice as well, but I guess there'​s less demand...)
  
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-Can we get export to .[[accurender:​dwg|dwg]] ​functionality (or at least a comprehensive FAQ on the topic) that is waterjet and other toolpath ​compatible without inclusion of splines? For me exporting to my waterjet cutter is hit or miss, as often when I get it to him without splines it has bad faceting artifacts. ​Othertimes, it just has too many points... Waterjet vendors with limited software ​can not deal with any splined input, and too many points stops and starts the machine too often, slowing it down.+Can we get export to .dwg functionality (or at least a comprehensive FAQ on the topic) that is waterjet and other toolpaths ​compatible without inclusion of splines? For me exporting to my waterjet cutter is hit or miss, as often when I get it to him without splines it has bad faceting artifacts. ​Other times, it just has too many points... Waterjet vendors with limited software ​cannot ​deal with any splined input, and too many points stops and starts the machine too often, slowing it down.
  
 > **Comment:​** //See [[rhino:​exporttolaser|Preparing Files for Laser and Waterjet Cutters]]. ​ Let me know what needs to be added. ​ --Mitch 01.07.07// > **Comment:​** //See [[rhino:​exporttolaser|Preparing Files for Laser and Waterjet Cutters]]. ​ Let me know what needs to be added. ​ --Mitch 01.07.07//
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