"galenwolfe" <gal### [at] yahoocom> wrote:
> I forgot to add:
> how do I find the new circumference created by the initial row of threads? Thus
> allowing me to continue the thread 'weaving' d # of times?
I'm not going to answer your questions directly (yet), but here is the 'motor'
behind many radial operations in programming:
#declare Rot = 30; // degrees
#declare Rad = 1; // radius
// point of rotation 'Rot' with radius 'Rad' along the x-y plane
#declare RotatedPt =
Or, you could do it this way:
#declare RotatedPt = vrotate(y*Rad, -z*Rot);
Connecting two points amounts to just making two different points in this
Does this help?
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