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Re: Mesh on graphics3D objects


Here are three ways:
Here I use a torus as an example

(1) p1=ParametricPlot3D[
      {Cos[t](3+Cos[f]),Sin[t](3+Cos[f]),Sin[f]},
      {t,0,2Pi},{f,0,2Pi}]

    Show[Graphics3D[{EdgeForm[],p1[[1]]}]]

(2) ParametricPlot3D[
      {Cos[t](3+Cos[f]),Sin[t](3+Cos[f]),Sin[f],EdgeForm[]},
      {t,0,2Pi},{f,0,2Pi}]

And if i want to use my own colorfunction i can use method (1), or i can
use

(3) ParametricPlot3D[
      {Cos[t](3+Cos[f]),Sin[t](3+Cos[f]),Sin[f],{EdgeForm[],colorfun}},
      {t,0,2Pi},{f,0,2Pi},Lighting->False]

Hans

Scott Morrison Wrote:
> 
> I am trying to plot a complicated surface in Mathematica, using
> ParametricPlot3D or SurfaceListPlot3D (from Graphics`Graphics3D`).
> These both produce Graphics3D objects.
> I am trying to remove the mesh drawn over the surface (for Plot3D this
> is easily acheived with Mesh->False). Does anyone know how to do this?
> I can't work out anything!
> 
> Thanks, Scott Morrison
> scott at morrison.fl.net.au



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