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Help With Spoon Modeling In Rhino

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Hi all,

 

I'm struggling in modelling a spoon in Rhinoceros. I created a skeleton for the spoon but can't build a clear, all around tangent surfaces. Here is three screenshot of the model. If anyone got the idea, I can send the rhino file ? I'm looking forward to hear any reply, thanks already...

 

mol1.jpg

 

mol2.jpg

 

mol3.jpg

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Guest eezydo

Just CV editing with two degenerate ends.

 

- might have a file tomorrow ..

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Guest Petrovich
Hi all,

 

I'm struggling in modelling a spoon in Rhinoceros. I created a skeleton for the spoon but can't build a clear, all around tangent surfaces. Here is three screenshot of the model. If anyone got the idea, I can send the rhino file ? I'm looking forward to hear any reply, thanks already...

 

mol1.jpg

 

mol2.jpg

 

mol3.jpg

I have a video tutorial for modeling a spoon in Rhino. E-mail me and I will upload it to my site for you and provide you with a user name and password to take it.

Petrovich

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Guest tekbot

here is a real quick example of what i would do in Alias.

pretty sure Rhino could do the same method.

 

***This Universal method is good for these shapes to avoid degenerate CVs where they are all stacked on each other. helps to transfer files to Solids if needed.

 

1. Create Curves that are atleast aligned Tangent to define the tip shape.

2. Extend surface off of the end. (extropolated, not merged)

3. Create Curve in Top View used to Trim the Half Circular Piece out of the extended surface. try to match the shape of the end of the spoon so the surface will flow around the tip.

4. Split or Detach the main surface down the center. this way it will have 2 leading edges.

5. Birail a Surface that is Atleast tangent continuity around the tip.

 

post-14660-1238653318.jpg

K

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Guest messysketch

I see you have t-splines, why don't you just select the curves and _tsSkin command it?

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here is a real quick example of what i would do in Alias.

pretty sure Rhino could do the same method.

 

***This Universal method is good for these shapes to avoid degenerate CVs where they are all stacked on each other. helps to transfer files to Solids if needed.

 

1. Create Curves that are atleast aligned Tangent to define the tip shape.

2. Extend surface off of the end. (extropolated, not merged)

3. Create Curve in Top View used to Trim the Half Circular Piece out of the extended surface. try to match the shape of the end of the spoon so the surface will flow around the tip.

4. Split or Detach the main surface down the center. this way it will have 2 leading edges.

5. Birail a Surface that is Atleast tangent continuity around the tip.

 

post-14660-1238653318.jpg

K

 

wow the graphics of alias look much better than the ones in Rhino

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