By: Jim Pennington
This was one of the most frustrating objects I have drawn so far in TurboCAD. This model was created using the "lofting" command. A tremendous amount of trail and error was done before the locations and proper shapes of the cross section profiles were achieved for the lofting to be successful. TurboCAD creates solid objects by interpolating object boundries using profiles and their orientation and position. The program creates the boundries much as a splined curve is made between points.