Lofting between solids

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zinob
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Lofting between solids

Postby zinob » Tue Feb 19, 2019 2:16 pm

This is a simplified example. I have (multiple) solids and i want to generate "wedges" in between them. Here i have downgraded the solid and then lofted between the surfaces, but on the real model this is impractical. Both because i have so many places that i want to shim and because i want to be able to keep working with the other faces of the solid, as a sold afterwards. Is there any other way? I guess that i could also create sketches on the faces and import the underlying geometry, but that would also get very messy very fast.
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Of if someone has any suggestion on how to extract multiple faces along a curved surface without these wedges appearing that would also be really helpful..
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microelly2
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Re: Lofting between solids

Postby microelly2 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 3:58 pm

You can use a Facebinder object from Draft WB to get the face links you need for a Loft