Windows 10: Microsoft Introducing Azure Sphere

Discus and support Microsoft Introducing Azure Sphere in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; [MEDIA] At RSA Conference 2018, Microsoft announced Azure Sphere, previewing a unique new solution to help connect and secure the most populous... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Apr 15, 2018.

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    Microsoft Introducing Azure Sphere

    Source: From research idea to research-powered product: behind the scenes with Azure Sphere - Microsoft Research

    See also: Introducing Microsoft Azure Sphere: Secure and power the intelligent edge | Blog | Microsoft Azure

    Brink, Apr 15, 2018
  2. Andre Da Costa, Apr 15, 2018
  3. Subtracting from sphere with 3D Builder doesn't work.

    I want to take a sphere and mill it so its a cylinder with round ends.

    I would normally create a cylinder and add a sphere to the end, but this is not what I need right now.

    Adding a sphere to a cylinder that has the same radius creates a perfect smooth merge. I want my sphere radius end to be large that the cylinders radius so there would be a defined line between the 2. This requires that I subtract from the sphere.

    I am doing this by subtracting a cylinder from a cube (leaving a cube with a hole in) and then using this to subtract from the sphere.

    When I do this, 3D Builder locks up with a "Please wait..." message and doesn't do the subtraction. I can cancel the action by clicking the "X" on the "Please wait..." toast.

    Does anyone know why this is happening or, if its a bug, when it'll be fixed?

    KarlRhodes, Apr 15, 2018

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