Is it possible to Loft/Sweep Facebinders?

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Tilarta
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Is it possible to Loft/Sweep Facebinders?

Postby Tilarta » Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:53 am

Is it possible to Loft or Sweep these Facebinders to make them into a singular solid shape?
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The program wouldn't perform the function with these objects, but I am wondering if there is a similar way to enact the same procedure with a different tool or function.
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Re: Is it possible to Loft/Sweep Facebinders?

Postby papyblaise » Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:36 am

Hello again
fuse upper and lower and do chanfer , (I can't stop myself and I do sharp on the blade too :lol: )
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Re: Is it possible to Loft/Sweep Facebinders?

Postby Tilarta » Sat Sep 28, 2019 12:49 pm

Jello papyblaise.

The technique you showed me above gave me an idea for how to solve the problem:
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Thank you for the inspiration and solution.

This is fairly close to the final appearance of the sword, now I just have to finish the fuel line and trim down the upper blade base.
The upper blade base is just a decorative line across the sword, it was never meant to be a cutting edge.