Rhino Mac Line Weights

Im trying to design a bent wire for a wire frame and some of the inside diameter of the bends need to be the same diameter as the wire so that i can essentially snap it into itself.

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hi Mark Goody,
following picture can guide you to add thickness to any curves
by adding few simple steps while modelling.


Less Pain, More Gain. Mold Making Tools, Named Selections, Layout Management, Enhanced Text Fields, Grasshopper Player, Single-Line Fonts, and more. As then one could quickly switch. I mainly want to see line weights when making a 2D drawing. Think it would be useful in Display Modes as when in Layout one could set some viewports to show lines weights and others without. Maybe there is a function that disables line weights too. This has been on our list for quite some time. On the Tables tab, under Draw Borders, on the Line Weight pop-up menu, click the line weight that you want. On the Tables tab, under Draw Borders, click Borders, and then click the borders that you want.

Weights and sinkers are used to quicken the pace in which a lure and hook will sink. They are also used to add weight to increase the possible distance of a cast. Weights and sinkers can range in shape and size, the smallest weighing one gram and the largest coming in at over five ounces. Ways to improve line weight in traditional media sketches. New Gumroad tutorials going live now, https://gumroad.com/l/LXPY.

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Answered with a tutorial: https://grabcad.com/tutorials/how-do-i-add-thickness-to-a-polyline-in-rhinoceros-3d

Rhino Lineweight

Thank you so much for this in depth response Patel Deepak, Im using a mac so its a little different. I think I was actually looking for the 'pipe' tool. I was confused thinking that a pipe couldn't be a solid with a cap.

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Most wel come Mark Goody,
yes Mac hav. A differnt interface and so as the icons and the commands . But by now you must have become pro. and very familiar with the look and feel of Rhino on machquies . Keep posting your master pieces . :)