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samvac

Fuse points

Hi there, 

I'm having difficulty, getting points to fuse together, so i can export to c4d and do a sweep nurbs on it ! is there a way to do this so that i get continues sweeps, as i want to have them grow over time, at the mo I can only get it to export as individual sections.  

Hope that makes sense 

Thanks 

POINT_FUSE.hip

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this looks very interesting - what would this look like? i.e. what do you want fused. Can you draw on a screen capture or post a finished example. thx!

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You can't have multiple curves in one shape, I think you need to create a hierarchy with the different curve objects.

This should work, can't test it as I have a non commercial version of Houdini at home.

POINT_FUSE_should_work.hipnc

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Thanks you for your help, really appreciate it :)  but It didn't work,  i have come up with a work arround within houdini, by checking autojoin creases in the cookie cutter it applies uniform numbers to the points, which means i can use a carve node to have a poly wire sweep on over time, which is the what i wanted to achieve in c4d.  see attached 

Thanks again 

Sam 

POINT_FUSE_should_work_02.hip

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