Jared, Hunmin, and Anne
From command line or terminal, type
python make_cuts.py input.stl output.svg params.ini
This will generate a svg file of cuts generated from the stl file using parameters from params.ini.
- Maybe a way to load stl files and export svg files via the visualizer?
- Add buttons and sliders for parameters
- A non-wireframe mode (ie. have slices not see-through)
- A proper perspective view.
- Clean up view logic (use transformation matrices)
- Improved layout engine (better packing)
- Can better pack polygons on the same slice that aren't connected.
- Can also do circle-packing style fitting.
- Lovepop style notching (alternating sides)
- A way to export straight to DXF
- Detect notches that are too close to an edge on the side
- Notches don't line up nicely with polygon edge (maybe have the notch go farther)
- Data structures could improve intersection tests
- Visualizer should use sprites instead of drawing segments manually.
- Slicer skipping axis aligned segments.
- If a whole triangle is on a slice, which segments from it do we add, if any?
- Notches skipped when there's an odd number of intersections
- Segments are duplicated?
- Some parts are floating in air -- a simple graph search can check for connectedness.
- Rename 'index' to 'axis' when referring to specific vector coefficients to be more clear
- Folders - eg. /pipeline, /math, etc
- Consistent naming (instead of sometimes using camel casing and sometimes using '_')
- Just use numpy for vectors, maybe?
- Better transformation engine (ie. so we don't have to add offset every time in make_cuts)
- Convert "segment list" in svg to "paths" for better tracing.