Hi, my name is Ben and i am a few issues with editing my drawing, i am designing a power boat so want hard chines and fold – English. DELFTship FREE▴ Click to collapse. Filename, Version, Size, Release Date. exe , , , MB, pdf. Some kind forum members suggested I do a Delftship tutorial:o So, here goes, but bear in mind its all self taught and I am no teacher O0.

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Next time we will sort out the shape of the deck and maybe put the chine line in.

Select deck line and extrude by -4, same method as we used for the transom. I have a set of plans small for a ferry I would like to model one day How do I go about making them on Delftship. For now, leave other selectable features in the boxes we have looked at in default values, they can be changed later if you want to. I hope this has been helpful.

Insert new points and connect them as before, then crease the new lines to give you: Without changing anything else, now go to edit, edge, insert to create extra control edges: At this point I want to point out that I think its easier to design at full size and when you are happy with the shape, scale down to the size you want to build at.

You then need to add an edge to join the new control points. We want a flat keel from the transom to the curve of the bow, so, working delftsyip the plan view, bottom rightleft click on the furthest left control point black dot on the centreline. To add more control points, select the control net on, then in tools click subdivide control net.


It look a very promising program. For your plans of a small ferry, have a look at the other tutorial I posted the link for, it tells you how to develop a model from an imported set of lines.

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delftsip Ok then, after some thought I think a relatively simple hull to demonstrate how the program works is the best way, so, lets begin! This delftshup close the transom back to the centreline: Now we need to temporarily remove some of this information to make the screens easier to work with. It can be used to rapidly visualize your design concepts and is suitable for both personal or professional use. No doubt you will have seen the little pop up box shown above.

Make sure units selected are M, or ft. To work on the bow shape, simply click deldtship drag a control point until you get the desired shape. This looks wrong because we have extruded every point equally, despite the curve of the deck. In edlftship profile view, left click and hold on one of the control points that is out of line and drag it until the red line looks better.

Now select the edges as shown in yellow, and click edit, edge, crease to get: This will do as it says on the tin subdivies the net. To see a lines diagram of you model, select view, linesplan.

Hi Ian just had a look at that other tutorial. Now select the control point up from the keel, ensure no others are selected and assign it the value 0 zero in z coordinates. As a rule of thumb, I keep control points to a minimum in areas where the hull is straight or nearly so, and add only at curves. Please login or register. We find hese features to be massive time savers. You should now see this: Fortunately with this model, the curves are reasonably good, but I will demo how to do it. Select delftshi; five points shown and give them a z value of 2.


Reselect the control net on, and click on the three lines shown: Do that simply by drag and drop control points. Now, go to edit, edge and click crease, you should get this, with the control net turned off: You will have something like this: You will see this: Sorry, pic didnt load, have asked Martin for advice.

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To even further extend the functionality of our professional hull modeler we offer a complete range of modular extensions for the design and analysis of any type of vessel. Some kind forum members suggested I do a Delftship tutorial So, here goes, but bear in mind its all self taught and I am no teacher Ok then, after some thought I think a relatively simple hull to demonstrate how the program works is the best way, so, lets begin!

Repeat the above for the section immediately aft of the bow to get: I printed these out, then used a pantograph to enlarge to the size I want.

Enter the dimensions you want to start with, in this case 6 points in longitudinal direction, 5 points in vertical direction,

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