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things are not as they seem

Question asked by 1-9C36HC on May 7, 2009
Latest reply on May 8, 2009 by 1-9C36HC
When I give my surfacing presentations at SWW and SWUGs, I'm repeatedly using the example of the iPhone and how it is often, at first glance, mistaken as a simple extruded solid model with some fillets applied.

Apple makes public, drawings of their iPod products for their partners/developers. Go ahead and take a look at some of their drawings especially the original iPhone and the 3G iPhone. Notice from the NX drawings that they really are created as surface models.

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