Some kind forum members suggested I do a Delftship tutorial:o So, here goes, but bear in mind its all self taught and I am no teacher O0. Tutorial 01 Delft Ship – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. user manual. Version. Homepage E-mail [email protected] net. Contact. Delftship BV. Vinkenpolderweg AV Alblasserdam.
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I’m hoping to start construction in a month so I have some time to get delfrship design right. Ok, I lost a little accuracy with the pantograph, but I didnt have access to a printer big enough for A3 paper and the local printshop has shut down Ian.
Lets make that bow look a bit better now.
The y values I used at the transome was the distance the point furthest away from centre was at the aft end, this moves the extruded aedge to the centreline delftshhip created the transom.
The more I do the more I learn. Next click on the lines shown in yellow below, yours will be black but turn yellow when you click on them: Again, select the points shown below and move them to the keel line: Many thanks for any help Owen.
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This looks wrong because we have extruded every point equally, despite the curve of the deck. Alternatively, you can increase the control points in tutorjal particular area by selecting the lines in that area and splitting them.
The z values used for lowering the deckline were arbitrary values just to make it look ok.
There is a lot to do yet to get it to resemble an MTB hull, but bear with me. In the z coordinate enter the value 0.
Dr34m3rJan 8, Repeat the above for the section immediately aft of the bow to get: Reselect the control net on, and click on the three lines shown: I think now is a good time to look at the transom. Turn on the control net, select the deck edge: Powered by Kunena Forum. Glad the tutorial worked for you John. Lets have a look at the shape of the bows at deck level now.
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LP Nov 2, Forum posts represent tutoriaal experience, opinion, and view of individual users. Make sure units selected are M, or ft.
Now we need to temporarily remove some of this information to make the screens easier to work with. Remove the two lines that are no longer part of the chine using edit, edge collapse.
Yes, my password is: You have first to understand that for designing a tutorual you need to delftshhip two things: Subscribe for more and comment any suggestion if you have.
Boat Design Net does not necessarily endorse nor share the view of each individual post. This shows that the curves I have are quite smooth, easiest seen in the plan view. Now we can see the bilge line running from the stern towards the bow, with the beginnings of the chine starting to show. It seems to assume that you know how to use the program.
Log in or Sign up. Your name or email address: For your plans of a small ferry, have a look at the other tutorial I posted the link for, it tells you how to develop a model from an imported set of lines.
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Select the five points shown and give them a z value of 2. I hope this will help you. I do think though that the boat would look better if the beam narrowed slightly from midships towards the transom. Select the control lines shown: Now click OK and you will get this window. Dr34m3r Jul 17, The best thing now is to experiment, practise really is the best way of learning this software.
This will require you to keep adjusting all the points until you get the shape you require. I have found some on you tube but none on the Delftship site.
Now, I think we should refine the shape of the deck a little, then we can refine the hull shape between deck and keel: You should have this: I assume I already wrote it, but I say it again: With the control net off and the hull shaded, you should have something like this: Gunnar SommerlundJan 23, I havent used it myself, so cannot comment on it, but its here: Note, the left and right buttons work the same way in all windows, but the centre only works in perspective view. For now, leave other selectable features in the boxes we have looked at in default values, they can be changed later if you want to.
I have moved my perspective view a little, yours may be different in this window. This will allow us to see an uncluttered view of what we have so far. This will do as it says on the tin subdivies the net.