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How to draw hyperbolic paraboloid ind 3D?

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NeManja

Everything is writed, help pls, I need it a loot.

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SEANT

The only way I can do it in 2004 is via EdgeSurf as in attached.

HypParabo.dwg

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SEANT

I guess splitting and mirroring was not needed. I wasn't sure EdgeSurf would interpolate correctly, but it seems like it does.

HypParabo_SingleSurf.dwg

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NeManja

Thnx, I don't have CAD here but I'll check it tomorow. If u have some new ideas just post them. (:

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SEANT

Hey I remember this thread. Back when I was still toiling with AutoCAD 2004. Actually, I liked that release.

 

But, in deference to shiny new features, here’s a hyperbo-parabo AutoCAD 2009 style. This lofted surface is more easily converted to a solid, if that were a requirement.

HypParabo_LoftSurf.dwg

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cadcadet

Is it possibleto create a hyperbolic paraboloid in revit? or dose anyone know how to convert one of these drawing into a revit file?

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ReMark

Revit won't open a DWG file?

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cadcadet

Thanks for the help on how to import it, now dose anyone know how I can turn it into a solid? I lwould like to use it as to roof of a building.

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ReMark

What is it now? A surface? A mesh?

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dcisneros

nice files. thanks!

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the downing effect
I have done some drawings of the hyperbolic paraboloid and also elliptical paraboloid using mesh command using calculated data fed from EXCEL in AutoCAD 2004.

 

It this what you are looking for?

 

That is really amazing. How did you get excel to make those shapes in Autocad? :shock:

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the downing effect

I will definately check out the video over the weekend, thanks

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