Introduction tutorial series for Jevero. Creation of a base shoe with the tool
Tutorial about the import and manipulation of old models coming from previous seasons and older applications such as crispin engineer.
Use this command to check the results of the grading of the model parts Steps Check the desired parts in the left list Set the fitting (if you created any) in the drop-down box above Check the desired sizes in the right list. Curves are now shown in the model Use above options to control what you want to see Options Show base curves (shortcut: E): toggle to show or hide all graded base curves present in the model Show generating lines (shortcut: R): toggle to show or hide all curves needed to generate the selected parts Pin (shortcut: P): use this command to close the dialog keeping the graded model visible Measure (shortcut: M): use this command to measure lengths on the model Remarks Only graded parts and base lines are shown.
Use this command to view a dialog where you can add different fittings. A fitting is used to set additional increments for all sizes Steps Use add button to create a new fitting Use delete button to remove a row Remarks Fitting increments will be multiplied for each size\'s difference with sample sizes and added to base increments set in the table
With this command, if you have pinned any graded curves to the view, you can move around a grading center and immediately see the results, without needing the edit center dialog Steps Choose the new position of the center to see its effect. Press Enter (or right-click) to confirm.
With this command you can assign an increments to either margin or multi-object: - multi-objects (like stabs or decorations): assign the increment or decrement of the number of objects for each grading size. When grading each size will add or remove the specified number of object from the multi-object - Margin: Assign the increment or decrement of offset for each grading size to the selected margin. When grading, each size will increase the offset value by the specified amount Steps Select the multi-object, like stab or decoration, or the margin you want to assign the increment to Fill the table selecting, for each size, the increment or decrement. Click Ok (or press space) to confirm
This command allows to re-use grading information across different models. Steps Click on the save/load button Choose the file to save or to load The grade table will be loaded or restored. Remarks When loading you can choose if you want to import grading centers, too. In that case current ones will be replaced.
Use this command if you want the distance between two base curves to remain constant even in different sizes of the model. The curve selected first will grade following basic settings, while the second selected will be translated to maintain the distance with the first, in a \"master-slave\" like relation. Steps Select a grade center to assign to the \"master\" curve Select the \"slave\" curve, then pick a point on it to maintain at a fixed distance to the one on the master curve Select the master curve, then pick a point on it Remarks If another different grading rule were applied to the slave curve, you will be prompted to warn you and let you choose whether to overwrite it.