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I am need a vehicle loading program and ıt will work to as defined. This program take data from excell.This data incloude these columns;
name of the material,
demands,
the material number in a pallets,
number of pallets,
the dimension of the pallets in x ,y and z

And these program has a area for dimensıon of vehicle
our contraints are dimension and volume

I want to calculate how many vehicle am I need for total demands and 3D modelling of loading plan?

ıf you look easycargo3d ın internet ı want an application like that but more basicly than it

What I have tried:

ı calculated how many pallets will be in a vehicle but ı dont have enough information about 3d modelling can you help me ? How ı can create a new one graphfor looking a truck and the materials like looking box inside this graph?
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Updated 15-Apr-19 9:04am
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OriginalGriff 15-Apr-19 10:09am

And?
What have you tried?
Where are you stuck?
What help do you need?
Kevin Marois 15-Apr-19 10:34am

You've stated what you want. No one here is going to code it for you unless you're willing to pay.

If you are a programmer, then start working on it and ask questions in the forums [^] as needed.

Just telling us what you want won't get you too far here.
phil.o 15-Apr-19 10:36am

Good luck for your project. Did you start putting all these requirements on a piece of paper and planning implementing them?
Rick York 15-Apr-19 11:00am

This Q&A section is for questions about code. We don't write it for you. You have to write it and we'll try to answer your questions about it. So far, you have no code we can help you with.

You don't need to know anything about 3D modelling. What you need to know is how to find the volume of a rectangular prism. It's easy - it is width times height times length. If a vehicle can hold 6 cubic meters and each pallet is 2 cubic meter than how many pallets can the vehicle hold? Essentially, that is your problem.

## Solution 1

Rick York 15-Apr-19 13:54pm

That looks pretty close. Here it's a volume problem instead of weight but essentially the same otherwise. Especially if it doesn't involve dimension constraints.
cnrbyr1 15-Apr-19 15:15pm

The details of knapscak problem was done. our problem about how we can design output of this sysytem in 3d?
Rick York 15-Apr-19 18:59pm

I think OpenGL is probably the easiest 3D API to use, especially the older versions, so look for sample programs that use OpenGL. This site has many of them. It is very, very easy to draw a 3D box with it and many samples and tutorials show that as one of their first things.

Designing a program to do this is YOUR job. You shouldn't expect anyone here to do that for you. We will be happy to help you with your code if you get stuck on something.

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