i have an issue with a ploysurface that breaks after Boolean difference operation.
one of the surfaces seems to be there but it looks transparent at places.
- increase the file resolution
- explode the poly and join back again
3 . other types of boolean
- mesh it and work with that
- same results on rh5 and rh6
any ideas ?
Hello - most likely the edges are self-intersecting or just breken - please post the objects before the Boolean operation if possible. You can probably fix the surface using
- Trim with the curves from 2.
thanks Pascal but sadly it doesn’t seems to work
i have attached the file if you have any ideas
breaking surface.3dm (1.8 MB)
That usually indicates some sort of “invalid” surface–not actually identifiable as a bad srf in rhino, but something about it makes the program unhappy. try to rebuild the base geometry w/ planes or capping an open polysrf before boolean differencing it
it could be so…
As im working with polysurface that were morphed by “flow along a surface” and a lot of them…
but if i have to work around it so the geometry is simpler, i fear it wouldn’t get the desire effect.
Hello - the s-shaped thing is messy - you need too look closely but there are loops and stacked - coincident - control points - is that thing created as is or was it deformed at some point from a simpler original?
thanks - i can see it
it was deformed (flow along surface)