Hi I am trying to close this surfaces:
The red and orange one were “matched” in order to avoid the crisp edge between them. The problem comes when matching those surfaces (orange and red) changed the boundary lines:
Those lines should be planar and not curved. They should be existing within a 2d plane. The image above shows the top view of the orange surface after being matched with the red one.
I could share the file if someone has some hints of how to get this surface clean.
Can you post a .3dm file with your geometry? You can use the vertical arrow above where you type your post.
Hello - can you post the top surface from before it was matched?
Hello – is this what you have in mind? I’m not sure if I’ve answered the right question…
- Make planes
Pull the side edge curves of the surface to the planes
MatchSrf the side edges for Position to the pulled curves.
MatchSrf the lower edge to the lower surface for Tangency, with ‘Preserve isocurve direction’
forum2_PG.3dm (188.3 KB)
Thanks. Can I ask you how you would close this at the end?
My idea was to extend this surface down:
And then cut it with the intersection of the surface you did, but they are not intersecting:
Hello - get rid of the planes, those are there so you could see what I did; then, extend the surface downward as you suggest
and trim with the edges of the lower surfaces
Trying now ! Thanks so much
I followed your process. I manage to get the pulled edges and match the surface correctly (I believe) .
But I can not cut the surface as you did .
I uploaded the file .
Forum_3.3dm (3.1 MB)
Thanks a lot for your time, hope you can help me
I finally got it! Thanks so much @pascal