Hi there, I’m just trying to do a fairly rudimentary loft, but would like to keep the result as a single surface (or understand why this isn’t possible). I have a line lofting through and arc and back to a line again (the surface in the image below).
- Shows the starting condition.
- I loft from the edge of the plane, through the arc and on to the edge of the opposite plane. This results in a polysurface, which is split longitudinally through the centre.
- I loft from the edge of the plane to an extruded version of the arc. This results in a single surface, which I could mirror to get the other half.
Note: I am using the “Match start tangent” and “Match end tangent” options.
The question is this: is it possible to achieve this with a single surface?
170515 Split Surface.3dm (146.5 KB)