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Hi EE,
So im trying to turn that wireframe into a 3D surface in Solidworks,
I can't use revolution since the mesh isn't symetrical
I found this video where "boundary surface" is used to create a surface from 2 connected open spline, but mine are looped so i can't manage to make it work
(video : https://youtu.be/uGZ7Ai0l3tA?t=23 )
(i tryed to split the splin at the control point but this function don't seems to detect the cutted spline, it just select the whole loop)
Any idea on how to do this ?
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Nice butt plug.
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>>701719
I would probably try some lofts and sweep surfaces features and trim then knit and create solid
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>>701745
Actually thats a drosera glandular tentacles, im trying to draw it with a more smooth transition between the blob and the stalk and with a thicker/evasive base at the end



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