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Problems thickening knitted surfaces.

Question asked by Nick Hall on May 19, 2013
Latest reply on May 20, 2013 by Nick Hall

Hi Guys,

 

What a great resource, 1st time poster but i feel like im on here EVERY day trying to resolve seomething

 

 

Attached is a handheld vacuum cleaner that is driving me nuts.

 

It can knit into 1 surface, Depending on how the sphere is used in the middle as a trim tool and the what is trimmed and what isnt. The sphere is the juncture where all the surfaces meet. The apex of he rear handle is really messy...it got edited roughly and to increase the radius because i though that was obstructing the thickening. But its not.

 

each part thickens indvividually, but four hours later im no closer to resolving thicking the thing as a whole.

 

Even to make it solid and shelling it would be beautiful.

 

I understand thickening is finicky, but do you guys have any advice or input on how to aproach this... Hopefully without ripping the whole thing apart. The assignment is due shortly and its eating every second of my time.

 

Il do whatever it takes however.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Nicko

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