To have both hatch and fill vectors, "dhflag and uhflag" in style file
should be set to 1. It is very likely your current values are 0. We had
the same problem that you have been seeing and it took me a while to figure
it out. For more information, please refer to Maestro 1.9 Workstation User
Guide, Release Notes, page 11 and 12. Hope this helps.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sin Wing CHAN [SMTP:SWCHAN@hkpc.org]
> Sent: Monday, March 09, 1998 4:17 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Slicing problem with Maestro 1.9
> Dear All
> I have found out the problem with Maestro 1.9 but don't know any
> method to solve the problem.
> The reason of irregular surface is becuase of the inconsistence in hatch
> and filling setting.
> When in the particular layer of down facing and up facing surface, the
> laser only scans in "fill" only but not "hatch". The ideal case is hatch
> followed by fill in the up and down facing surface. How can I have both
> fill and hatch together in these particular layer? Have anybody had such
> a problem? Do you have any suggestion ?
> Thanks a lot
> Norman Chan
> Rapid Prototyping Technology Centre, Hong Kong
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