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Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 10:36:21 PM | Hexacon Walls

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Hey!

 

Im new around here so i hope everyone understand and dont shout SmileI have 1 question (actually 2 Smile )Lets say you make hexacon walls.Isit possible to aling those walls like if you drag 1 ref plane everything grows?Itsa hard to explain but i hope you guys understand. Like if you drag 1 ref plane it stays in hexacon shape that all other wall move aliong.So basicly i ask how to make square if i make 1 side bigger otherone grows automaticly

 

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Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 1:00:28 PM | Hexacon Walls

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An image is worth a thousand words. 

Hexacon - hexigon?

Do you mean walls that form a hexigon?

Have you looked at scaling?


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Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 3:14:39 PM | Hexacon Walls

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sry i was so missunderstanable

 

my question is

in picture 2 you can see walls and ref planes

i know how to aling and lock those vertical and horizontal walls into ref plane so they stay in placebut how i can set up this

1) if i change that measure 3200mm into 4500 all those EQ mesures change same time2) and this shape stays same (i dont know how to lock those 45 angel walls in ref planes when you greate 1)

 

thanks i hope this explains a bit



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Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 3:23:55 PM | Hexacon Walls

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Select your 8 walls and then pick the scale function from the modify tab.  Pick a base point and streatch out to your 3200 dimension click then continue out to the 4500.  Everything will scale and the angles will be the same.


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