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Offline khangharoth

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« Posted 2005-12-12 06:07:26 »

 Hi , in my project i am constructing 3D shapes like Sphere , Ellipsoid etc but whether i use TriangleArray  or something  else i get lots of criscross lines .What my requiement is to show the shape only with stacks and slices so that shapes can be clean as thier can  be many entities in small region.
Thanks for help in advance

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