Offset cylinder

In the new and long-awaited version of Rhino will be a solution of the offset of a cylinder?
Or it is an inherent limitation of many CAD modelers?

what do you mean exactly?
cylinders offset ok.
(but then again, i probably don’t know what you mean)

I mean that the top of the cylinder, after an offset, is not executed.
Nothing serious, but I wanted to understand whether this exercise will be resolved or not.
Thank You

Excuse me, little mistake, I wanted a “cone”, not a cylinder. :frowning:

I did a little confusion with another example … sorry for the mistake.

haha. i see now.

how do you expect it to look? to a point or as it is now except the top is capped?

from a user point_of_view, i imagine most people would expect it to go to a point, right?

with a bit of scripting you could also use scale for a cone :wink: and get the same result but with top :stuck_out_tongue:

Interesting, the current result rhino gives (opened tip, not capped) is inclomplete but would be wrong even when capped.

I guess to get a closed cone (no cap but spike) offsetting the curve of revolution, then fix and revolve the offset curve would be the easiest way to do it.