Now supports Concave and Convex welding options for users.
Welder is a 3ds Max plugin designed to make the creation of welds quick and easy.
– May 18, 2016
Hi, Joker Martini, where can I download “ConcaveConvex” scripts for “Welder” script?
– May 20, 2016
I’ll upload it to the project later today.
(verified owner) – June 17, 2016
Hi Joker Martini, can you upload the concaveconvex scrpts for welder i need it to finish a work thks
– July 19, 2016
I’m not easily imesprsed but you’ve done it with that posting.
(verified owner) – November 25, 2016
Where can I download “ConcaveConvex” scripts for “Welder” script?
– January 16, 2017
Do you still need this?
(verified owner) – January 15, 2017
Can you tell me where are the “ConcaveConvex” scripts for “Welder” script?
Did you purchase the script. I can send it to you.
(verified owner) – January 16, 2017
Yes, I have purchased it on nov 29.
– January 17, 2017
I’m working on updated version that should be out by the end of the week. It will include the concave/convex you ask for.
(verified owner) – January 20, 2017
in which units we should be working in max when using the script?
(verified owner) – February 18, 2017
Is there supposed to be more options than just cellular Weld bead? I cant get anywhere near your example image
– February 18, 2017
I’d gladly jump on skype with you or take your scene and help you out.
(verified owner) – February 19, 2017
I’ve got exactly the same question as Chris – can’t seem to get anything even close to your kettlebell weld seam example (i did only buy this the other day, but haven’t had any luck yet) – only a blobby weld seam. Is there meant to be multiple “Weld Bead Settings” options?
– February 19, 2017
Sure we can setup a skype call and I’ll gladly show you.
(verified owner) – February 19, 2017
I dont really have a scene yet, as I was just testing the script. How do you get it to concave like your example Image? My skype is chris.prykeos
(verified owner) – February 20, 2017
Adding to your existing Tutorial Video with this would be perfect – I live in Australia, so skype could be tricky.
(verified owner) – February 21, 2017
Im with Daniel on this one, if you could maybe just add a quick tutorial on using it. That would be great.
– February 24, 2017
Sure I’ll try an add a tutorial this weekend.
(verified owner) – March 4, 2017
Any luck yet? 🙂
(verified owner) – March 7, 2017
It’s pretty sweet script. Is there any more news on a tutorial video on how to do the different welds, or is this something you are planning to add to your script?
(verified owner) – March 9, 2017
I am also wating for a tutorial on how to do convex/concave welds, when will you upload it?
(verified owner) – March 12, 2017
We are Still waiting to weld our metals. 🙂
(verified owner) – March 14, 2017
Hello! Tell me how to weld as illustrated welder04?
– March 19, 2017
Watch new video called ConcaveConvex
(verified owner) – March 16, 2017
No Luck…still waiting on a tutorial.
New video uploaded. Check it out.
– November 8, 2017
Not a review – I am missing the system requirements here! Will this work with Max2009?
– November 20, 2017
Yeah it will. But you should upgrade. Max 2009 is 10 years old.
– November 11, 2018
Is it available for Maya too?
– January 15, 2019
(verified owner) – June 26, 2019
Only works on primitive shapes. When using a custom shape with the concave weld, it doesn’t work properly
– March 30, 2021
You can use custom shapes by adjusting your custom shapes pivot orientation and then reset it’s xforms. I’ll make a video for it.
– September 25, 2019
Hi, I would like to know if this script is compatible with 3dsmax 2020?
– October 22, 2019
(verified owner) – December 14, 2019
Hi,I already purchased the script but cannot get the same result in the preview.Could you make a short video for it ? Because it gives me the same result as the old free welder script.Concave Convex video is not giving the same good results as the three preview images.Thanks.
– January 3, 2020
Do you have a max file to look at. I can help you achieve what you want.
(verified owner) – March 31, 2020
Cellular displacement works great.
Concave however, only produces a rather smoother style weld. It does not produce the nice looking fillet welds like what’s shown in the kettlebell image. Only if I start to manually edit the geometry of the weld can I get something kind of similar.
Also the splines being generated between two uneven surfaces (like the kettlebell), do not produce correctly oriented welds. This should be looked into since it’s a key selling point and is a common scenario that would need welding. Eg. Fillet style welding for the tube chassis of a car.
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