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src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/revolve_it.py   heekspython(Download)
#this little script shows how to use the 'revolve' function
#used for revolving sketches around X axis to form a solid
#like a turned part on a lathe
 
import HeeksPython as cad

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/polar_array.py   heekspython(Download)
#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# generated by wxGlade 0.6.3 on Fri Jul 24 14:50:26 2009
 
import HeeksPython as cad

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/parametric_rectangle.py   heekspython(Download)
import HeeksPython as cad
scale = 25.4 #needed to get to inch units
width=6.0
length=6.0
height = 4.0

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/fillets2.py   heekspython(Download)
# this example shows how to create fillets between two lines
 
import HeeksPython as cad
cad.sketch()
sketch = cad.getlastobj()

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/fillets.py   heekspython(Download)
# this example shows how to create fillets between two lines
 
import HeeksPython as cad
cad.sketch()
sketch = cad.getlastobj()

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/fillet0.py   heekspython(Download)
 
 
import HeeksPython as cad
cad.sketch()
sketch = cad.getlastobj()

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/facegear.py   heekspython(Download)
import HeeksPython as cad
from math import pi
 
def cut_it(obj1,obj2):
    cad.cut(obj1,obj2)

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/example.py   heekspython(Download)
import HeeksPython as cad
import math
 
beam_width = 2.0;
beam_height = 2.0;

src/h/e/heekspython-HEAD/examples/cut_example.py   heekspython(Download)
import HeeksPython as cad
def cut_it(obj1,obj2):
    cad.cut(obj1,obj2)
    newobj = cad.getlastobj()
    cad.remove(obj1)