Hi, my name is Ben and i am a few issues with editing my drawing, i am designing a power boat so want hard chines and fold – English. DELFTship FREE▴ Click to collapse. Filename, Version, Size, Release Date. exe , , , MB, pdf. Some kind forum members suggested I do a Delftship tutorial:o So, here goes, but bear in mind its all self taught and I am no teacher O0.

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Make sure units selected are M, or ft.

Reselect the control net on, and click on the three lines shown: The z values used for lowering the deckline were arbitrary values just to make it look ok. Ok then, after some thought I think a relatively simple hull to demonstrate how the program works is the best way, so, lets manuual

Delftship tutorial

As a rule of thumb, I keep control points to a minimum in areas where the hull is straight or nearly so, and add only at curves. It can be used to rapidly visualize your design concepts and is espsol for both personal or professional use.

To do this, after selecting the red lines, go to edit, line crease and they turn yellow and are no longer part of the chine: The best thing now is to experiment, practise really is the best way of learning this software.


This will allow us to see an uncluttered view of what we have so far.

Delftship – tutorial en español

To add more control points, select the control net on, then in tools click subdivide mznual net. For your plans of a small ferry, have a look at the other tutorial I posted the link for, it tells you how to develop a model from an imported set of lines. Now, I think we should refine the shape of the deck a little, then we can refine the hull shape between deck and keel: Select the three control points shown: Hi Ian just had a look at that other tutorial. Lets have a look at the shape of the bows at deck level now.

When you do a line plan and in the head on view to the bow you can see all the frames.

DELFTship :: Topic: manual for delfship, Free (1/1)

Now, press and hold the ctrl key and left click on the next four control points working to the right, you will get this: Now we have to think about fairing the hull. Just to demo what you will see if you have a bad curve I will move a point on my plan view: And here with a nice bow shape at the deck. Next click on the lines shown in yellow below, yours will be black but turn yellow when you click on them: You should now see this: And click edit, edge insert to create the line: Right click in the perspective window and select mode: Now we can see the bilge line running from the stern towards the bow, with the beginnings of the chine starting to show.


I will try to have a go soon though.

Select the control net on and have a look at the bow area. I down loaded Delftship and had a play could not get it to work. Remove the two lines that are no longer part of the chine using edit, edge collapse.

I have moved my perspective view a little, yours may be different in this window. Click the button layer properties, you will get: First off, download the espqol version from: Try and aim for something like this: There is a tutorial for scanning line drawings and using them within delftship.

No doubt you will have seen the little pop up box shown above. You will see below that I have split two control lines, the new points are in yellow: You need to be cautious about how many more control points you add, as the more there are, the more difficult it becomes to get nice fair lines, unless you have the pro version of course.