Sporph - Surface orientation problem

Hi everybody,

I’m trying to replicate
the Gemvision Matrix Smart Pattern in grasshopper and I have reached my goal… if I manually mirror some surfaces; sadly in grasshopper only half of the surfaces are correctly oriented.

I have checked the directions of all the surfaces, but everything seems OK.

I have tried to move the geometries in the same space of the axis, {x, y, z} all positive for example, but I get the same result.

I suspect I’m missing something very obvious… But I don’t know what!

Thank you in advance to anyone willing to help.

Michele

Smart Pattern GH Rhino6.gh (19.8 KB)

Sporph sometimes behave unpredictably… How about trying “Surface Morph” instead?

Smart Pattern GH Rhino6_re.gh (20.6 KB)

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Dear Kim,

thank you for your quick and helpful reply, “Surface Morph” works brilliantly!
I was misled by the request of a bounding box; it led me to expect a result similar to “Box Morph” or Paneling Tools.

If we were at Apple I could think it is a “feature” not a bug :wink: