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Old 01-02-2003, 11:20 PM   #1
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How can i make the wire thinner.

It was made with a CV curve and a hair mel script.
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A quick way would be to select some vertices and scale them down. You would have to select the ones positioned like a circle if you know what I mean. Do this all the way around the wire. I doubt there's anything else most of us at SM could tell you without having the actual mel script. If it's anything like a torus though, you might be able to find a "section radius" under the inputs section of the channel box. Decrease this value to make it smaller.
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Here where i found out about the script:

http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...ht=Create+Tube

I did do what i asked a few hours ago but i compleatly forgot what is was i did , although it was somthing similar to section radius in the channel box
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