Re: Hey Freaking Bozo, I Need Your Help!
- From: "vinny" <friggenbozo@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 14 May 2012 20:07:19 -0400
"jon_banquer" <jonbanquer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:355ded90-a779-4a69-a09a-2c632d6d6312@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On May 12, 7:36 am, "vinny" <friggenb...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"DanP" <p...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> jon_banquer <jonbanq...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in > news:25c8b7d3-1a0e-4bee-9c96-
>> You claim Mastercam solid modeling is parametric.
>> Create a bunch of fillets using just one fillet feature. Then try and
>> remove just one of the fillets. What happens?
> It works. Yes, I have tried it and it works as intended.
> But this does not disprove that Mastercam is a parametric modeller which
> is not.
> So you attack a wrong statement with an argument that does not stand up
> has no relevance to the statement.
> Therefore you are an idiot, once for failing to do the fillet and second
> for your faulty logic.
That whole mastercam devils advocate was just for fun.
all trolling aside, I still think it's a parametric modeler (a shitty one).
My reason is VB and chooks.
There's parametric chooks....doesn't that prove the system is parametric?
So maybe it's not setup to build models parametrically in the interface, but
its still there.
Mastercam uses the parasolid kernel? So it's there in my opinion.
The basics of parametric CAD start with the sketcher. Mastercam
doesn't have a parametric sketcher either for 2D or for 3D.
As I pointed out in my filleting example, which you ignored because
you don't have an answer, Mastercam doesn't even have fully editable
It's parametric you baby.
There's chooks, and vb support.
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