Is AutoCAD part of /3/? I bet it fucking is.
How come when subtracting an extruded circle from an object the said object is deleted while volume it uses is not subtracted from the main object?
What am I doing wrong?
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Well I feel silly.
All I had to do was subtract the insides of guitar when it was 0.1 units lower than the outside of guitar. Otherwise this happens.
And All I had to do was render the whole deal.
You might wanna try Rhino. It's still a CAD, but much more /3/ oriented.
plus it has grasshopper which is just amazing.
Is CAD modeling notably different from traditional polygonal modeling when it comes to the end product?
I mean, is a DWG/STL/whatever exported from MAX or Cinema 4D just as valid to a CNC machine that one from Solidworks or AutoCAD would be?
essentially it is, but many of the CAD suites give you additional tools to verify a large number of things or simulate a large number of things. Heat dissipation in the material, bending strength, ...