Re: FDM borders

From: ralott@CCGATE.HAC.COM
Date: Tue Feb 05 2008 - 18:24:39 EET

     Yes, it is a common problem. As I understand it, it is caused when
     the offset of the slope from one layer to the next is too wide for the
     selected road width.
     The solution in this case is to select a wider road for this portion
     of the build.
     Rick Lott
     Hughes Space and Communications
     Los Angeles, Calif.

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Subject: FDM borders
Author: Drew Brown <> at CCGATE
Date: 2/4/98 3:42 PM

Has anyone had any difficulties with FDM borders not completely fusing to the
previous layer on sloped,
unsupported walls? This problem causes the part walls to look rippled. If anyone
has any suggestions to
correct this problem it would be greatly appreciated. We are running an FDM1650
in ABS.
Thanks in advanced.
Drew Brown
Conceptual Reality L.L.C.
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