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Mar
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accepted Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
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comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
@JasonB You are right. We can close it.
Mar
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comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
@J.M. Not until now. Thanks.
Mar
31
revised Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
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Mar
31
comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
Ok. But now we are actually back to the original issue, where we had to turn PlotPoints up to get a decent plot.
Mar
31
comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
Graphically looks ok, but I don't think it solves my problem. How would you obtain the difference between objects? I'm usually using the difference between two objects to obtain a hollow object that can be then 3D printed.
Mar
31
comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
Nice and quick. The only drawback is that with this approach is not possible to use CSG operations (union, difference, intersection between objects). For example, this union operation fails: RegionPlot3D[ cuboidQ3[25, 35, 17, {15, 5, -5}, \[Pi]/7, {1, 1, 1}] || cuboidQ3[25, 35, 17, {15, 5, -5}, \[Pi]/2, {1, 1, 1}], Axes -> True, PlotRange -> {{-50, 50}, {-50, 50}, {-50, 50}}]
Mar
30
comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
@JasonB I have already 3D printed this kind of objects (the cuboidQ non-rotated version) and with PlotPoints set to 250 they looked great.
Mar
30
comment Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
@MartinBüttner Argh. Yes, it works.
Mar
30
asked Low resolution with RegionPlot3D
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