Hello, I'm having a really hard time trying to transform this polysurface into a closed polysurface, I'm guessing the problem is in the lofted surfaces (the red lines) which I made with a grasshopper script. But I can't be sure since I don't how to find where the opened edges of the geometry are in order to close them. Or maybe if you know another way to make it work...I'd really appreciate it.


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Comment by Reinder on February 26, 2016 at 1:14am
Comment by Reinder on February 26, 2016 at 1:03am

Hi Rodrigo,

I've been able to sole this for you. But somehow im unable to add the file yet. If you want the fixed file contact me please.

The problem is in the degree of the surfaces.

You can check wether or not you have "naked edges"in your model. Naked edges make  your model less then water tight. You can do this with the command showedge.

When checked, the rough part in you model with all the planar looking surfaces is not water tight. You can solve this by exploding the model and then change the U and V degree of the surfaces to 3 and 3. Then select all surfaces and join them again. The problem should now be solved.

Kind regards Reinder


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