I think a big part is ambiguous questions. “2 lines, 120° apart.” can mean a lot of things. Could look like a V, a chevron, even an X. Where & how are the lines oriented?
Not that it’s a bad thing, because you get multiple solutions that could fit many situations.
Hmmm, I suppose the question, “Is it possible to do this in Carbide Create?” is pretty straight forward. The answer is simply, “Yes.”
The statement, “I need to draw 2 intersecting lines at an angle of 120 degrees.” seems pretty ambiguous to me. Again, how are the lines positioned? Do they intersect at the ends? Are they the same length? Are they at even angles from the workpiece?
You’re right to simply answer the question no further information is required. But to demonstrate it & choose a method that achieves the result he’s looking for… he’s got some 'splainin to do.
It’s impossible to make a cat fur coat with squirrel skins.
My apologies to all who read this post.
It started off simple enough, but my side comment resulted in a disturbing graphic.
I think that post can and should be removed it has no relevance to the topic.