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Hello, how do I make the table slices meet? They have different width dimensions.

Here’s an image of how I want to leave it


table.3dm (2.6 MB)

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You might want to convert that subD to Nurbs and use a isocurve spacing that does the trick.

Or maybe use some secret Grasshopper approach.

It’s not perfect at the moment but I think this might work in the long run:

table_emod.3dm (10.4 MB)
I had to reduce render mesh alot from what I changed it to, in order to upload

I guess technically those profiles will have to change dimensions too throughout the sweep action.

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Hi, unfortunately I still haven’t learned how to use these more advanced tools, like Grasshopper and others.
but we’re trying.

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Does anyone know how to solve this problem?

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Basically, make the surface as you want it, OffsetSrf it (solid) Contour at desired intervals, Extrude the resulting curves:

sliced-table.3dm (2.1 MB)


Smart idea!

_SelBadObjects shows 1 object (red in the file).

CP_sliced-table.3dm (2.0 MB)


I guess overlapping things to create enough of a buffer threshold is one way of doing it as intended?

:face_with_monocle: :thinking: :thought_balloon:

Perhaps, Grasshopper can make a better version that ‘meets’ each piece edge to edge throughout?

If that’s the intent…

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