Im looking into the capability of creo to generate 3d surface patterns onto compound surfaces.
I cannot seem to find any good tutorials for this. There is a tool in pattern which allows UV mapping it does not stitch the pattern between surface direction change correctly
There's other software that are able to create these complex surfaces ie. Armadillo | Food4Rhino
or Alias Alias Modeling - Hexagon Tile Pattern - YouTube.
Does Creo have the capability to do this kind of complex surfacing?
I'm not a surfacing guy. Check out this loooong post on here about a spare time project, not the hex pattern thing but...
___ Daily update. CHEVROLET CAMARO 2010 -STYLE- CLASS A SURFACES - Working in progress (SPARE TIME)
Maybe the flatten-quilt deformation tool would work for you:
I am not sure if it can handle sharp transitions that you are showing, though.