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Feature request: scale imported assemblies in XY and Z (by wolfmanjm)
Right now you can do an overall scale of an imported assembly.
However it would be nice if you could could scale specifically in the X or Y or Z axis. Use case is I have made a number of objects that represent the aluminum extrusions supplied by Misumi, I like to import these into assemblies to model things I build. The extrusion models are all made as 100mm lengths but of course when I import them I will need a multitude of different lengths. In openscad I just scale them in Z to get the length I need. Right now I have to create a different file for every length of extrusion I use.

Thanks
Sat Dec 13 2014, 20:48:37
(no subject) (by Rune)
I think the solution its linked with this issue:http://solvespace.com/forum.pl?action=viewthread&parent=390. It would be good to work on these issues.
Mon Dec 15 2014, 03:19:18
Solution (by Rune)
Hi, I managed to code the individual axis scaling and the export resolution.
Please try it out.
I have some trouble updating the project on
https://github.com/ThorsenRune/solvespace
so I have attached the executable.
P.S. Saving/Loading the scaling parameter is not finished yet, I'm working on it
Tue Dec 16 2014, 03:48:38, download attachment Solvespace.zip
(no subject) (by wolfmanjm)
Thanks, I use Linux so would need the source code, once you get your github working let me know and I'll try it.

Thanks
Mon Dec 22 2014, 22:58:47
(no subject) (by Rune)
Should be there
Tue Dec 23 2014, 05:05:01
(no subject) (by Rune)
Hi wolf manjm, Im not a programming expert, but It should be there Please let me know, I would be grateful for some feedback.
Tue Dec 23 2014, 05:14:49
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