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Re: NURBS Package Available

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  • Subject: [mg91516] Re: NURBS Package Available
  • From: jerry <jerry45632 at yahoo.com>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 05:05:35 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <g8gj7c$f1a$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hi, I put the files in $UserBaseDirectory and ran Using the 
NURBS Package.nb  but none of the links work. Says it can't 
find the files. Have you seen this problem before?

blackhole at thebushman.net wrote:
> It has been suggested a number of times that the ability to "export"
> analytic surfaces to a CAD interchange format (IGES, STEP, DXF, etc)
> would be valuable.  I have developed a package that enables one to
> create and export B-spline curves and surfaces based on user-supplied
> control points, data points, or analytic functions.  The idea is that
> the user has control over the creation of the B-spline object, and so
> the creation of the IGES file and its fidelity in the CAD package is
> completely predictable.
> 
> It will be located at my website, http://www.thebushman.net.  It is a
> work in progress, so please be kind, and be sure to leave some
> constructive comments.
> 
> The package was developed in part with assistance from Wolfram
> Research staff, as part of their 2008 Advanced Mathematica Summer
> School.
> 
> Steve B
> 


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