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Old 02-28-2014
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Re: Interesting Sailboats

Paulo:
I work with a team of specialists. I have an engineer, a fellow who is an expert at deck layouts and electronics and Jody Culbertson III an expert in 3D modelling. Each member of the team is given his asignment. Jody happens to be very good with 3D. If you would bother to take the time you will find I have mentioned his name many times and most of the images I post has his name of his company alongside mine. So really, I have no idea what you are talking about.

The fact is, and I know because I actually work in this industry, that you can produce quick 3D renderings for marketing and advertising that will look great but not be up to the tolerances required to be used for tooling files. Or, you can work with very accurate
3D files that can be used for CNC cutting. That's just one way the industry works. It varies from shop to shop. All different approaches are used.

Now you can go on getting all upset anytime I post but I can assure you I am not going away. Time for you to HTFU.

Take a look at this rendering. At the bottom it has my name and the name of Jody's company "C3 Design". I am always very careful to make sure the group that contributes to my design effort gets credit for their contribution.
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