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Family table pattern is intermittent

Mike6
1-Newbie

Family table pattern is intermittent

I have a pattern in a family table the does not work correctly.  The group is shown below in red, but the round does not get pulled through to all the pattern members.  The model below is the generic.

 

Mike6_1-1591013849629.png

 

Below is another instance from the family table where the pattern worked for about half of the pattern, then stopped.  

Mike6_2-1591014492074.png

I would appreciate any thoughts.  Thanks

 

 

 

 

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This appears to be related to the reference geometry not maintaining the references as it clocks around.   Semi-circular geometry also causing some headahces due to that I think.

 

If you are using edge-rounds - that can be a problem in situations like this.   

 

Try a Surf-To-Surf round instead.  That should work better for your transitions.

 

Dave

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This appears to be related to the reference geometry not maintaining the references as it clocks around.   Semi-circular geometry also causing some headahces due to that I think.

 

If you are using edge-rounds - that can be a problem in situations like this.   

 

Try a Surf-To-Surf round instead.  That should work better for your transitions.

 

Dave

David, this worked.  Thanks

MartinHanak
24-Ruby II
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@Mike6 wrote:

I have a pattern in a family table the does not work correctly.  The group is shown below in red, but the round does not get pulled through to all the pattern members.  The model below is the generic.

 

Mike6_1-1591013849629.png

 

Below is another instance from the family table where the pattern worked for about half of the pattern, then stopped.  

Mike6_2-1591014492074.png

I would appreciate any thoughts.  Thanks

 

 

 

 


Hi,

tip: create one-eighth of the rotational geometry and pattern this geometry using Geometry Pattern.


Martin Hanák
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