Hulls and Carene 2003

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Maurice, Sep 3, 2005.

  1. Maurice

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    I mentioned the boat design programmes "Hulls" and "Carene" ages ago but I've never heard of anyone using them for paper models.
    Amongst other things, if you set your co-ordinates for a flat bottom craft you can output the sides for a waterline hull and the programmes use correct development drawing techniques.
    The output doesn't mind if you only want to build a model. For more plotting points or to accommodate a fo'c'sle break you can treat the front and rear halves of the hull as seperate parts.
    Hulls is at the bottom of the page
    http://www.carlsondesign.com/
    with a link to the site with the currently available versions of Carene.

    Cheers
    Maurice
  2. Maurice

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    I mentioned the boat design programmes "Hulls" and "Carene" ages ago but I've never heard of anyone using them for paper models.
    Amongst other things, if you set your co-ordinates for a flat bottom craft you can output the sides for a waterline hull and the programmes use correct development drawing techniques.
    The output doesn't mind if you only want to build a model. For more plotting points or to accommodate a fo'c'sle break you can treat the front and rear halves of the hull as seperate parts.
    Hulls is at the bottom of the page
    http://www.carlsondesign.com/
    with a link to the site with the currently available versions of Carene.

    Cheers
    Maurice