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Old 21-11-2002, 08:24 PM   #1
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Below is an example of the type of surface I am trying to create that was produced in a different modeler. I see how I can create a similar surface with the birail tools, however it appears that there is a limitation in that I can't use closed profile curves. Is there a way to do it that I'm missing? Let me know if the problem isn't clear.

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Split the profiles at the intersection points and do the birail in parts. Then apply global stitch.

I'm not a nurbs expert, but that's how I'd do it
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Thanks KB! I'll proceed that way. I just thought there might be a way to do it in one fell swoop.
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