Can I create a continuous isogrid over multiple CAD surfaces?
Can I UV map continuously over multiple CAD surfaces?
Why can't I create a conformal lattice from multiple CAD faces?
- Conformal Lattice from CAD Face or Cell Map from CAD Face
- Conformal Lattice between CAD Faces or Cell Map between CAD Faces
This is a current limitation in the program today that we are working on. Due to this, we are unable to reparameterize multiple CAD faces that are stitched together. Each face needs to be reparameterized individually. Due to this, Conformal Lattice from CAD Face or Conformal Lattice between CAD Face blocks won't accept Stitched CAD Faces.
If possible, the best route is to re-create the CAD surface as a single CAD patch in the software it was created in. The next best approach is to reparameterize each face individually. This results in different UVW divisions for each face.
If the CAD face approach is still not working, we suggest checking out the Lattice Body from Quad Mesh approach.
Sorry, but yes you can!
But not UV mapped...
Step 1: https://support.ntopology.com/hc/en-us/articles/360040376813
Step 2: https://support.ntopology.com/hc/en-us/articles/360042365673
The links you're sharing are great examples of generating a lattice structure on a mesh surface.
This is not the same as a CAD surface as one might use with the Cell Map on CAD Face block.
However, these solutions might be workarounds for some users, depending on the application.
Thanks for your input!
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