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    Glazing Internal lines

    Hello,

    I'm wondering if there is any way to get rid of these internal lines, or is this by design to show that the glass has to be broken up to match the curvature of the mass or did I go about this incorrectly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
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    Not true. New members can attach images, but the first 3-5 posts are not made public before they are reviewed by admin or moderater.

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    Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munkholm View Post
    Not true. New members can attach images, but the first 3-5 posts are not made public before they are reviewed by admin or moderater.

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    https://imgur.com/a/LjG6dzg


    I applied the panel to a more traditional mass, and it was fine. there were no lines in the glass like shown in the image, so it is caused by the form. So is there a proper way to model the glazing to not see those internal glazing split lines?do I have to make the glazing itself flexible?
    Last edited by technicaldisplay; October 17th, 2019 at 06:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
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    of course a forum related to revit will make things difficult for me lol
    Last edited by technicaldisplay; October 17th, 2019 at 06:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by technicaldisplay View Post
    of course a forum related to revit will make things difficult for me lol
    Welcome to the forum. Please provide other, better images. We can't understand the form that you are talking about if you don't show it. Also, post a picture of the pattern-based family that you are applying to the form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
    Welcome to the forum. Please provide other, better images. We can't understand the form that you are talking about if you don't show it. Also, post a picture of the pattern-based family that you are applying to the form.
    Hi Alfredo,

    https://imgur.com/a/5XfIfuF

    I took a few shots. you can see how the internal glass is splitting up. The panel itself is built on a rhomboid pattern. maybe its a little reference line & point heavy. I Also added an image of the panel applied to a more traditional mass. I didn't spend much time on it and it was just trying to brush up on skills. I'm wondering the cause of the glass segmentation, and if it can be resolved or if its just something that happens when panels are built on curved forms.

    Cheers!

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    I had a try and no extra lines shown up.
    It's probably because of the way you create the glass form.

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    I made a test here, and this is the result:

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