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Bug using Shell on lofted pipe.

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HughesTooling
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Bug using Shell on lofted pipe.

Tring to help someone create a tapered helical pipe. Shell would have been the simplest option but creates a bad body.  File's attached.

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I can workaround this using 2 lofts, just reporting the bug in this post. I suspect part of the problem is because the loft twists as it follows the path. Sweep has an option to use a guide rail to stop this, is there any way to do the same with loft? Creating 2 paths is not going to be easy for the part as the profile changes diameter.

 

Thanks Mark

 

 

Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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amaglim
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After some analysis I have found it is only a visualization problem. The model is correct. For example a section of the model produce a correct result:

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Your solution to split the body looks good.

 

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HughesTooling
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@amaglim Thanks for looking at this. After your answer I thought I'd try adjusting the Display Detail Control and set it to High rather than adaptive and that fixed the display of the part.

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Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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