crystal_ball


Uses spherical coordinate system to create a crystal ball.

Spherical coordinates (r, θ, φ) often used in mathematics

Dependencies: rotate_p, cross_sections, polysections, ring_extrude, shape_pie.

Parameters

  • radius : The radial distance r.
  • theta : The azimuthal angle. It defaults to 360. It also accepts a 2 element vector. The first element of the vector is the beginning angle in degrees, and the second element is the ending angle.
  • phi : The polar angle. It defaults to 180. It also accepts a 2 element vector. The first element of the vector is the beginning angle in degrees, and the second element is the ending angle.
  • $fa, $fs, $fn : Check the circle module or the sphere module for more details. The final fragments will be a multiple of 4 to fit edges.

Examples

include <rotate_p.scad>;
include <cross_sections.scad>;
include <polysections.scad>;
include <ring_extrude.scad>;
include <shape_pie.scad>;
include <crystal_ball.scad>;

crystal_ball(radius = 6);

translate([12, 0, 0]) 
    crystal_ball(
        radius = 6, 
        theta = 270,
        $fn = 12
    );

translate([24, 0, 0]) 
    crystal_ball(
        radius = 6, 
        theta = 270,
        phi = 90,
        $fn = 12
    );    

translate([36, 0, 0]) 
    crystal_ball(
        radius = 6, 
        theta = [-30, 270],
        phi = [30, 60]
    );        

crystal_ball