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Latest revision as of 00:12, 4 January 2010

rcc-blend[edit]

Syntax[edit]

rcc-blend rccname newname thickness [b|t]


Argument(s)[edit]

rccname
RCC shape to be 'blended'
newname
Name of resultant object
thickness
Thickness of blend in units.
[b|t]
Either Base or Top


Return Value(s)[edit]

No Return Values for this command.


Description[edit]

The "rcc-blend" command generates a blend at an end (base [b] or top [t]) of the specified RCC shape. The thickness is the radius of the TOR curvature. The blend is saved as a region made up of an RCC and a TOR. The default end is the base. Examples: mged> rcc-blend rcc.s blend.s 10 -- Create a region named blend.s that extends 10 units from the base of rcc.s.


Example(s)[edit]

mged> rcc-blend rcc.s blend.s 10
Create a region named blend.s that extends 10 units from the base of rcc.s.
mged> rcc-blend rcc.s blend.s 10 t
Create a region named blend.s that extends 10 units from the top of rcc.s.


See Also[edit]

rcc-blend
rcc-cap
rcc-tgc
rcc-tor

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