EndBulge and zebra

I would like to comment on the EndBulge command
during activation.
the zebra does not work
…I find that endbulge is a very important command to have some flexibility in modeling

I would also like you to add the option two edges at the same time to adjust the surface on both sides

thanks for the rhino3d development team :slightly_smiling_face:

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Hello - yep, I am with you on both of these, just using the tool now, in fact…

RH-58711 EndBulge: show the zebra

RH-59953 End bulge - control opposite edges at the same time


Hello Pascal
it important the analysis tools must work in real time with all the surface modification commands.
you already mentioned these future options :slight_smile: :innocent:
thank you Pascal

Ya know, yeah zebra should work here but I really rarely use EndBulge. I prefer to freeform point-edit surfaces to get the overall curvature I want, then ‘nail them down’ with MatchSrf or other methods. The “paremeter space” of possible solutions to how to place points of a surface while maintaining continuity is infinitely larger than the narrow range of solutions EndBulge gives. The ability to bulge out part of an edge is a nice gimmick for the sales demo but extremely rarely of any actual use.

hello jim
i know .we can work the surface by moving the control points on free mode. or use the match surface 4 edge but it will take more time if we really want to have specific shapes
i use history to deplace the control points and have a preview on the shapes
or dragmode only