Thinking Outside the Box

A few weeks ago I gave an example from Rina & Maggie’s project using a fence object, complex profile, or morph object in place of multiple column elements.

Here is another example of that creative thinking. Using that same fence object Matthew placed dentils on his crown, making light work of what would have otherwise been incredibly tedious to place individual dentils. Of additional benefit, the spacing and “slat” dimensions are set right in the object, so spacing and sizing changes can be made and overall spans can be adjusted globally or per section of crown.

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Granted, we don’t do a lot of trim packages involving dentils, but this is the sort of out of the box thinking that can gain massive amounts of efficiency for any design. Using the right tool for the job is crucial to maximize efficiency, precision and flexibility.

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