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pstricks: strange behaviour using \rput* with pst-solides3d

i got a strange behaviour using \rput and \rput* with the package pst-solides3d. it concern more or less the commands \rput and \psdot in the following example \documentclass{minimal} ...
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What option suppresses axes, ticks and labels in gridIIID?

I am interested in using the \gridIIID command but I don't want the box to have ticks, labels or axes I found the following line in the changelog: 4.20 2010-07-23 - activate keyword planmarks for ...
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Does the package pst-solides3d affect images made with pst-3dplot?

I am working in a simple project creating some 3D representations of math surfaces and shapes for a calculus course. Most of all the pictures I have created rely heavily on pst-3dplot. Once I found ...
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Intersecting boxes in pst-solides3d

I need to make a picture of some 3D boxes (i.e., parallelepipeds) that intersect themselves in some complicated ways, so I tried pst-solides3d. Here's the minimal working example: A long and thin ...
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pst-solides3d: fill region under plot

How can I fill with pst-solides3d the region under the plot (x^2+y^2)/4 like in the following picture? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pstricks} \usepackage{pst-solides3d} ...
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Compilation fail standalone & pst-solides3d

I've got a PStricks schema made with both pst-solides3d and pst-3dplot, put (thanks to the standalone package) apart in a different file. The schema, when compiled itself, doesn't make any problems, ...
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Problem layout pst-solides3d

I'm trying to have 2 cylinder pierce a parallelepiped, but I can't have the 2 cylinders properly drawed... Here is what I got : The two cylinders are within the box, and they pierce the yellow ...
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Drawing intersecting 3D surface plots

I'm attempting to draw six semi-transparent intersecting spheres of different colors---two on each axis x, y, z and all joining at the origin---as shown in the figure below. Note how all the spheres ...
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What option do I have to set to remove the mesh from the cylinder?

\documentclass[pstricks,border=12pt,12pt]{standalone} \usepackage{pst-solides3d} \begin{document} \begin{pspicture}[viewpoint=5 30 45 rtp2xyz,Decran=5](-6,-6)(6,6) ...
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Problem with visibility and compilation for pstricks figure

I have been trying to find the solution to get my code to compile, which has an error message similar to this one. In his example, he was giving the wrong number of dimensions for one of his objects. ...
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How to draw a circular, inclined road in 3D?

I want to draw the road which is similar to the following (but please ignore grass, soil, and the surrounding scenery for the sake of simplicity), to illustrate a physics problem about circular ...
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Point on surface using PSTricks

I would like to draw a Point on a surface using PSTricks and pst-solides3d. What I mean by that is, that the point should look like it is attached onto the surface. That means that the point should ...
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Polygons being clipped during pst-solides3d projections

I'm having trouble doing something that seems very simple, so I'm hoping that I've made a naive mistake. I'm attempting to project several polygons onto a plane using the \psProjection feature in ...
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Make lines disappear, pst-solides3D

I'm drawing the following cylinder which represents a water flowing and cooling down \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{article} \usepackage{pstricks} \usepackage{auto-pst-pdf} \usepackage{pst-solides3d} ...
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3D figure with pst-3Dplot

I'm trying to plot a simple math function in 3D using the package pst-3dplot. The function is z = 1/(1+a*exp(-b*y)) * (c * (1 - exp(d*x)) * (1 - exp(e*(x-f)))). I tried the following: ...
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Draw 3D lines between points with PSTricks

Consider the following exmaple: Code \documentclass{article} \usepackage{auto-pst-pdf,pst-solides3d} \begin{document} \begin{figure} \psset{ viewpoint=15 -30 11, Decran=10 } ...
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Ghostscript Error when doing multiple slices with pst-solides3d [closed]

I'm trying to represent a polytope, but it seems that GhostScript doesn't let me slice a cube more than once. In particular, I tried the following: \psset{unit=0.6cm,labelsep=20pt} ...
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Drawing spherical harmonics with pst-3dplot

For my lecture notes in theoretical physics (namely quantum mechanics) I'm trying to visualize the spherical harmonics. I got Mathematica to plot them an this is what I did: ...
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1answer
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Drawing of a helix

On this blog I found a 3D drawing of a transformer by Thomas Söll. After a few changes, I have the following code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pst-solides3d} \usepackage{expl3} % ...
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Transparency with psSurface in pst-solides 3D

I'm trying to draw a graph with pst-solides3D with the option psSurface : The problem is as follows : I want to draw z = +/- (y^2-y^2), which should give a saddle-point graph with the lines x=y and ...
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Pst-Solides3D Transformation of a Cube with parameter [closed]

I'm working on the example given at 4.14.3. in the documentation on Pst-Solides3d : Transformation associated with the distance to the origin. The code is as follows ...
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My compilation produces a result that is not the same as what the author got

I tried the following code \documentclass[pstricks,border=12pt]{standalone} \usepackage{pst-solides3d} \begin{document} \begin{pspicture}[solidmemory](-6.5,-3.5)(6.5,3) \psset{viewpoint=30 0 15 ...
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3D helix torus with hidden lines

How can I generate the above image using TikZ (possibly other methods will work if they produce better looking results)? I would like to have a nicely shaded (not so dark image) without gridlines ...