here a simplified example - all surfaces was a single surface. Later during a project I wished that there is no split between the blue and red surface. I ask me, is there a simple way to remove the split between both surfaces? If not, maybe it’s something for the wish list - removing splits from an original single surface.
If you haven’t used ShrinkTrimmedSrf on those surfaces, untrimming either one of them will return the original surface. But you’ll have to cut out the door opening again so you’d want to use the KeepTrimObjects option.
Hi Micha - I am not sure I follow - are you referring to past split or trim operations, or just edges as they are now? Untrim handles the latter- you can pick any edges to untrim, they are not highlighted is the only difference; there is nothing, currently, recording the operations on an object, and nothing that I know of planned in that regard.
I think I misunderstood the initial @Micha 's question, but I am curious about xMergeFace.
In the provided file, the degree of the original untrimmed Srf was U3 V1.
How is managed the GO at the split when removed with xMergeFace, does the resulting surface correspond to the structure of the original untrimmed surface or si there something averaged at that location ?