how to draw a 3D pix from 2D axisymmetric data

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 June 9, 2007, 10:38 how to draw a 3D pix from 2D axisymmetric data #1 dusky.He Guest   Posts: n/a is there any software which can draw a 3D graph from 2D axisymmetric data Tecplot?

 June 10, 2007, 08:02 Re: how to draw a 3D pix from 2D axisymmetric data #2 TITAN Algorithms Guest   Posts: n/a do you mean, create an object of revolution?

 June 10, 2007, 21:32 Re: how to draw a 3D pix from 2D axisymmetric data #3 qunwuhe@hotmail.com Guest   Posts: n/a Yes!

 June 11, 2007, 08:51 Re: how to draw a 3D pix from 2D axisymmetric data #4 TITAN Algorithms Guest   Posts: n/a We have a tool. Komodo-REV. We are planing to move this into our Rhea-series tools. Komodo is a data digitization tool but has an object of revolution construction dialog. Komodo usage is pretty simple: o load or paste bitmap o locate xy corners of the plot o define graph extents o fill points (auto fill or single click) o export points (if using as a digitizer) o revolve points on either x or y axis (with offset) to create the STL o export STL (ASCII) to file Komodo also has a Laplacian smoother to help refine the lay-down of the points. Komodo is currently freeware; the help file is scant to non-existent. Send an email, and I will send a download link. regards DSS

 June 13, 2007, 06:43 Re: how to draw a 3D pix from 2D axisymmetric data #5 TITAN Algorithms Guest   Posts: n/a I have renamed the digitization tool to Rhea-Emulus. This can now be downloaded with an installer from our downloads page. I also posted a getting-started tutorial: www.TITANAlgorithms.com/tutorials/rhea_emulus/tutorial_gs/index.html email if you have questions or problems good luck regard DSS

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