I have a subD that I want to add to using grasshopper. To do this, I first converted to Mesh.
This is a simple example goal: (one simple ring of quads added to each hole in the mesh)
When I use
Mesh Loft from Mesh+, I get creases at the seams.
When I extrude the edges of the holes of the mesh as nurbs surfaces and then convert to mesh quads, I get only one ugly creased edge:
When I use Wombat’s
Extrude as Mesh, I get the desired result, BUT according to the panel, the output is “invalid mesh”, and also this limits me to only extrusion, I can’t create lofts and attach them to my starting object:
Here is my definition: It requires Mesh+ and Wombat. It has a couple stream filters in it to test methods and test what happens when the mesh through weld and unweld after joining it. I have also tried the crease settings on the
SubD from Mesh component in various combinations, and none seem to get me a reliable result. With Wombat and Mesh+, changing the crease settings on the doesn’t do anything, and with a converted brep changeing the crease settings takes it from bad to worse.
Mesh Join and SubD Crease halp.gh (121.6 KB)
How can I reliably control creases when converting joined meshes to SubD in Grasshopper?
If it isn’t possible to have total control now, is there a way to reliably just remove all the creases after joining meshes?