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Old 01-01-2013, 09:23 PM   #1
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For a

trangliod, set # of waves to 3 and the wave amplitude to radius/10

pentiod, set # of waves to 5 and the wave amplitude to radius/25

septiod, set # of waves to 7 and the wave amplitude to radius/40

noniod, set # of waves to 9 and the wave amplitude to radius/70


These rules will allow you to make 3, 5, 7 , and, 9 sided bowls.
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The nice things about creating new shapes isd that you get to name them.

to get a Trangloid (3 sided figure) divide the raduis by 10
to get a Squaroid (4 sided figure) divide the raduis by 15
to get a Pentoid (5 sided figure) divide the raduis by 25
to get a Hexoid (6 sided figure) divide the raduis by 32
to get a Hepoid (7 sided figure) divide the raduis by 40
to get a Octoid (8 sided figure) divide the raduis by 60
to get a Nonoid (9 sided figure) divide the raduis by 70
to get a Decoid (10 sided figure) divide the raduis by 75

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