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    Default hi guys i need help making a spring with a diameter of 0.0007 units. it needs to be..

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    spring with a diameter of 0.0007 units
    and the thickness using sweep must be 0.0002 units. ive tried but i cant seem to get it working

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    What height?

    How many turns?
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    height 0.018 units and 12 turns

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    So, what isn't working?
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    when i do it it comes out all messed up

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    Default this is it here

    this is what happens when i try to do it
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    What visual style are you using?
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    conceptuel

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    Does it look any better in 2Dwireframe?
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    it looks like a helix line but it has no weight to it....

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