@MikeWayzovski, @whiterabbitdesigncompany, @IanT
Thanks for the last replies with the demo. Im still trying to figure out what the “cutting component” was. I had never seen it done that way.
One of the ideas i had was making a salt shaker, or ice cube tray, or some sort of object that had many holes in it, like a jalapeno holder for my smoker haha. so copying seemed like a great idea, so i didnt have to create about 30 or so cutting tools.
As for the evolve software, it looks awesome. it will have to wait a bit until i finish my certification for solidworks. Plus i do love SU ALOT! I dont need a history tree, but it could be helpful, especially if i want to modify something a few steps back and i have all ready closed the program. If ctrl-z worked after closing, then that would be great, but it doesnt haha.
As for modifying the spokes afterwards, i hope it can be done. Ideas from clients, myself and everything change pretty quickly and to be able to modify or change something without having to start all over, would be great.
I have ideas for new features for SU, but then it could raise the price. I can see how it is geared toward woodworking and AEC as mentioned earlier. If they geared added some engineering stuff to it like cad/cam,cnc, fillets, chamfers etc, i could see it raising the price because it takes alot of hard work from software engineers to add those in.
Thanks for the replies and im glad others are enjoying this topic as much as me:)
PS, i just finished my awesome excell spread sheet that will find the mass of the part, given the volume in m^3, based off of common materials one picks: have a looksy:)