- Thu Oct 22, 2009 10:14 pm
I vote option, not forced to wrap.
It's one of the things I miss in hand drafting. Rolling my .5 to keep it's line weight consistent and being precise with my lines and what they were suppose to represent. Touching and un-touching lines do mean something completely different G.S.
Jeff wrote:"oops, that's right it was someone else who did that"
That's right it was NORTH Carolina that started the ball rolling.
"The Wright brothers(Wilbur and Orville Wright) were bicycle mechanics who believed they could build and fly a self-propelled flying machine. They did just that on December 17, 1903, 10:35 a.m., at Kitty Hawlk, NORTH Carolina."
Where all this man made "flying" stuff got started here.
I'll bet when they drew their plans they connected the lines in the corners for most if not all things:-))
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