pepakura designer

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by rkelterer, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. rkelterer

    rkelterer Member

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    I will try to show principal procedures of how to use pepakura designer.

    let us start with a designed 3d model
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    now the more complicated way (the fingers will thank you, if you try to cut the huge part into more practical part)
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    no the fine tuning of the unfold parts
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    continued ..
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    repeating the simple procedure for all other parts ...
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    finally, the flaps ...
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    Fascinating Ron - had no idea this could be done. But then, I'm on a Mac... /Leif
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    ther is a way maybe to got this topic on a PDF file or any kind of file like word or jpg

    its very good topic and totrial is g8
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    In what way does this tutorial resemble a meeting between the leaders of the world's indutrial nations?
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    well i read it and lorn somthing :)
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    If you want to save a webpage as an archive (using Internet Explorer) you can do the File > Save As. Then use the drop down box under "Save as type" using the "Web Archive, single file (*.mht)

    Now you don't have to have a .pdf to save a web page or tutorial...

    Ryan
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    Dude, I am going to cry... all the images for this thread are gone :(
    Anyone have a PDF of this? I know there were some requests for it.
    I thirst for knowledge...

    Speaking of which, is "Tutorials (institute of higher learng)" spelt wrong on purpose? ;)

    -keith
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    Dude, I am going to cry... all the images for this thread are gone :(
    Anyone have a PDF of this? I know there were some requests for it.
    I thirst for knowledge...

    Speaking of which, is "Tutorials (institute of higher learng)" spelt wrong on purpose? ;)

    -keith
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    Second Motion from here... Best regards to all....

    Muhammad
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    Second Motion from here... Best regards to all....

    Muhammad
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    hi folks,

    now the picture again ...


    let's start with metasequoia - I removed all except of the head, to have a reasonable count of parts

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    hi folks,

    now the picture again ...


    let's start with metasequoia - I removed all except of the head, to have a reasonable count of parts
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    first atempt to unfold - horrible :twisted:

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    first atempt to unfold - horrible :twisted:
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    first I removed the texture, so moving and rotating the model with the mouse is much faster.
    then I defined the cut lines - these (brown) lines will be pre-cut by pepakure all others (blue)
    are folding lines, which will produce folding edges on the end. the actual selection is green.

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