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.
3Ds Max 2018
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(verified owner) – April 20, 2021
The plugin is pretty good.
(verified owner) – April 23, 2021
When creating ” welds ” to edit SpLines with the tool tab open, this further helps with fine adjustments.
The recommendation I leave is to have more videos showing how to reproduce specific types of weld, but nothing that studies with the tool do not solve.
At the price of the tool, it delivers what it promises.
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