meshFillet - modeling tool for Maya similar to MeshFusion

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Old 10 October 2015   #46
ouch....I know it's worth it but...I will have to save my lunch money for quite a while.
What's the limitations of the trial before I install?
 
Old 10 October 2015   #47
The trial have only a time limit.
 
Old 10 October 2015   #48
OK,thank you.
I watched the videos and it looks amazing.
 
Old 10 October 2015   #49
Man i was so excited but the price is a little crazy. I know its a lot of work to create a plugin but $450 does hurt.
 
Old 10 October 2015   #50
I could of swore yesterday is was $250.. now its $450? Maybe I misread
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Old 10 October 2015   #51
Quote: I could of swore yesterday is was $250.. now its $450? Maybe I misread

You need to follow the special offer link from your notification email
 
Old 10 October 2015   #52
hmmm....I didnt get any email and registered for updates a couple years ago.
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Old 10 October 2015   #53
It would've come from sales@pux-3d.com

Shoot them an email and check you're on the mailing list.
 
Old 10 October 2015   #54
Is anyone gonna post some work using this amazing plug-in?
C'mon show us some goodies.
Make us want it even more....lol
 
Old 10 October 2015   #55
So i'm running into an issue and hoping I can get some help. How can I correct a curve when it's not clean and leads to a failed build? This seems to happen with sharp corners like the example below (inside corner of the cut):



If I set the Hm Offset very low to point that the curve does not intersect, it seesm to close to the edge and fails anyway. I tried setting to .05 which gave me a very little intersecting on the curve and actually did solve but it was all crunchy and problematic throughout the seam.
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Old 10 October 2015   #56
Originally Posted by mlager8: So i'm running into an issue and hoping I can get some help. How can I correct a curve when it's not clean and leads to a failed build? This seems to happen with sharp corners like the example below (inside corner of the cut):



If I set the Hm Offset very low to point that the curve does not intersect, it seesm to close to the edge and fails anyway. I tried setting to .05 which gave me a very little intersecting on the curve and actually did solve but it was all crunchy and problematic throughout the seam.


Delete the cv's on offset curve like mentioned on the help, there is this case specific.
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Old 10 October 2015   #57
wow that was easy! Thanks
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Old 12 December 2015   #58
Anyone knows about the discount? I'd like to get it.

I registered awhile ago and never got it. $250 is palatable. $450 is way too much for me.
 
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