Simple joining question


#1

I normally use rhino for other purposes, but recently I am designing a house. I am extruding surfaces but constantly need to change the size of shapes as I design further. This process leaves lines on the surfaces (when I extrude the surface from the end of the previous one or make them smaller. I know I can start over from the curves, but

I am wondering if there is a way to delete the lines left from the previous smaller or larger shapes like in sketchup. Is there a push/pull option? I have attached an image of my issue


(John Brock) #2

Have a look at the MergeSrf and MergeAllFaces commands.


#3

EPIC! Thanks John works like a charm!


#4

Thanks. I was struggling with that today. Your advice came right on time.


#5

Also, remeber that you can modify a polysurface simply sub-selecting their faces or the edges and moving them.
Something like the solid editing but quicker.
Ciao.


#6

Thanks @lucio_zadra. Your method would be perfect, but I am running parallels and I think my commands are different. I have attempted to use command+shift+LMB to no avail. CTRL+Shift+LMB doesnt seem to work :frowning:


#7

brobe,
the command SolidPtOn might be a good tool for you also. I love it so much I have it on my f9 key.