Administrator, Just recently, a Mr. C …
Just recently, a Mr. Charles Culp graced us all with a Solidworks file that he made for the geometric object Icosahedron.
Have you seen enough interest in this particular subject to warrant you spending your time to make a video tutorial for it? If not, I would completely understand. It may be an off the beaten path type of an item that doesn’t pop up very often, especially seeing that Icosahedrons are not something most people have even heard of. I would be interested in the principle itself.
My personal interest would be selfish, in that I am studying Jewelry Design at University, and this particular principle, I feel, would be valuable in fashioning facets on Precious Gemstones, and would enable me to design Jewelry around uniquely faceted stones and would therefore be desireable and most importantly, original.
If my inquiry of making a video tutorial on this is out of line, ( and I apologize if it is), and not practically doable, maybe Mr. Culp would be so kind as to compose a detailed step by step of a “roll-back” of his file, explaining each step, because I am pretty sure that any person that wouldn’t understand the principle of making the model of this object certainly wouldn’t be very proficient at gleaning and understanding the roll-back entirely, myself included. The contrast of skill-level is simply too great at that point for the lesser skilled.
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