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Old 04-05-2009, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default attatching nurb surfaces

I have made a simple tube by lofting two circular curves. I have then filled in the each end of the tube by selecting the end isoparm and doing a planar. So I have two circular surfaces capping a tube. I want to attatch these so that i can convert it to a polygon shape. I have tried the attatch surfaces option, but It wont work. Possibly I think because of the difference in u and v between the surfaces, but with this particular geometry I dont see how it can be helped. Any ideas anyone? I was thinking mayb the stitch tool?
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you don't need to attach them.
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a quick guess.., convert then separately to polys and the kill the history and combine them
take it easy and life will be easy
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