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one surface instead four

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one surface instead four

hello

 

i have a little problem ; i want to create a single surface instead four is posible ?

 

i attach picture for better understanding

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Re: one surface instead four


@bcatalin wrote:

hello

 

i have a little problem ; i want to create a single surface instead four is posible ?

 

i attach picture for better understanding


Hi,

please describe how did you create the surface.


Martin Hanák
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Re: one surface instead four

i created surface with boundary blend

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If you used a 4 sided boundary blend then it is one surface. The lines within the boundary are likely the result of changes in the surface properties (isoparms). Not a definitive diagnosis from your picture only, would need to look at the model to be sure.

 

In order to not get the lines within the boundary you will need to "clean" up your boundary curves.

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in the fille 1 is the definition for boundaryblend

in the fille 2 is the result i want if is posible

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Try the following.

1) Make copies of the boundary curves using approximate option. (if the curve is a linear segment this is not needed)

2) Create the boundary blend using the approximate curves.

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Could you please provide part file with the curves you used to create that surface? Curve approximation may be one way but it may give you geom check error in the subsequent surface merges. I would like to look at your curves and try it out. Thanks

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