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My First Experiment with OpenSCAD

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My First Experiment with OpenSCAD by giodamelio Dec 30, 2012

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My First Experiment with OpenSCAD.

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Nice, that is way past my OpenSCAD. Besides, I have been using github.com/SolidCode/SolidPython
I couldn't resist the challenge... here's how to do it in one line:

for (i=[0:1]) for (j=[0:1]) rotate([0,90*i,90*j]) cylinder(r=5, h=40, center=true);

I'm sure it's not the most succinct, but it does create the same object. :)
Thanks for the tip. That will be super helpful.

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I couldn't resist the challenge... here's how to do it in one line:

for (i=[0:1]) for (j=[0:1]) rotate([0,90*i,90*j]) cylinder(r=5, h=40, center=true);

I'm sure it's not the most succinct, but it does create the same object. :)
Nice, that is way past my OpenSCAD. Besides, I have been using github.com/SolidCode/SolidPython
FYI, you don't need the translate commands for this model if you put 'center = true' as an argument for the cylinders.
Thanks for the tip. That will be super helpful.
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