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Curved crease lines

Paweł Saładziak 6 years ago updated 3 years ago 0

Support for curved folds

Rodrigo Müller 8 years ago updated 3 years ago 0
to make renderings for boxes like these possible

Curved packaging

John Mattheus 4 years ago updated by fcme 8 months ago 4
Dear Origami, you software is easy to use and does what it’s made for. Just one small gap: add a feature to make it possible to create curved packagings. That would be great!
Under review

Edit fold angles right into Origami

DoZ 7 years ago updated by Darioluca 2 years ago 13
I'd like the ability to edit fold angles right into Origami, and not only naming Illustrator layers.
Under review

Transparence channel rendering

Paweł Saładziak 6 years ago updated by cmiller 2 years ago 6
Transparence channel rendering - for example for using in acetate windows, transparent or semi glass or plastic elements.

Origami - Thickness of material

Eric 8 years ago updated 3 years ago 0
Please - option to give origami objects a thickness so you can build out of corrugated or other materials that are not "paper", also edge properties so you can color the edge once it has a thickness. Thank you!

front/back or outside/inside textures

Lobito 7 years ago updated 6 years ago 0
front/back or outside/inside textures

Origami - Inside and outside controls for adding box textures

Tim 8 years ago updated 3 years ago 0
I'd like to be able to simulate an inside graphic (as well as products)

Multiple Origami Suggestions

Greg Beckemeier 7 years ago updated 4 years ago 0
At a previous employer I used Esko Designer Studio Illustrator plugin for years. Now that I freelance, I cannot afford Esko (over $4000 for Designer Studio and accompanying plugins to build your own dielines). Origami looks like a great value, so kudos to you! The following upgrades would, in my opinion, make it as good as Esko for my purposes:
1: Paper thickness choice, ie. 12pt., and allow the thickness to be visible in the 3d model.
2: curved fold lines (Esko does an excellent job at this, actually showing shadows and highlights to denote a hinged crease produced by using matrix on the cutting plate.
3. Ability to enter numerical values for the XYZ axes before exporting still shots, so you can be consistent when putting together marketing materials.
4. Ability to set the DPI when exporting 3D models and still shots. The still shots currently leave a lot to be desired.
5. Transparency when exporting to tif or png.

Greg Beckemeier
The Candy Box Guy
(636) 542-8560

Soft fold, round edges, round packaging

Anna 5 years ago updated 3 years ago 0
Being able to fold round packaging, cylinders, bags, boxes with round corners or softening the folds.