i am not a good CAD guy..hence i need more coaching on designing the rest
of the part.
but if you look at the lining for the mouth and the nose then maybe you can
notice that it will conform to the nose and mouth region. hence, if you
have the curves from those regions you can easily built a better gas mask
structure than me.
ps - if there are needs for the curves i will post to rpmail.
> From: Geoff Wakeley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Wednesday, August 19, 1998 12:04 PM
> Thanks for the STL file.
> It would help to know the process you used for biomedical reverse
> The STL file is OK - however there seems be be a need for better
> transition across the two surfaces.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Geoff Wakeley
> Manufacturing Engineer, RP&T Team
> Queensland Manufacturing Institute Limited
> Cnr. Miles Platting & Logan Rds.
> Eight Mile Plains. QLD. 4113 AUSTRALIA
> Ph. +61 7 3364 0700
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