Flow question

 From: Andrei Samardac 2 Feb 2014  (1 of 10)
 Michael I need to flow this solid on first curved surface. I use second surface as base surface. (The first surface was made by projection of second surface edges on crved surface, then trimed) I need this solid to be suit exact in to first surface. But I get this result (selected objects). WHat I did wrong and is it way to do what I need? ----------------------------------------- Portfolio: www.samardac.tumblr.com

 From: bemfarmer 2 Feb 2014  (2 of 10)
 6487.2 In reply to 6487.1 The lengths of some of the edges of the 1st curved triangle is greater than the lengths of the edges of the second triangle.

 From: Andrei Samardac 2 Feb 2014  (3 of 10)
 6487.3 In reply to 6487.2 Yep I know, I need to match second to first. ----------------------------------------- Portfolio: www.samardac.tumblr.com

 From: bemfarmer 2 Feb 2014  (4 of 10)
 6487.4 In reply to 6487.3 Need to re-create the objects before trials begin. :-) Is the curve a very large cylinder, or sphere? - Brian

 From: Andrei Samardac 2 Feb 2014  (5 of 10)
 6487.5 In reply to 6487.4 This why I need it, I use sphere but it can be on any curved solid. Som how I need the object that I flow to match the tagret surface as close as possible. But in real life it is small deviations.

 From: Andrei Samardac 2 Feb 2014  (6 of 10)
 Looks like I found the way, to make object and target surface make the same size, you need to flatten trimed surface and then use it as base surface :) ----------------------------------------- Portfolio: www.samardac.tumblr.com

 From: Michael Gibson 2 Feb 2014  (7 of 10)
 6487.7 In reply to 6487.1 Hi Andrei, can you please post the 3DM model file with your objects in it? I would really need to look at that to give you any answers on what might be wrong, I can't tell things like the UV structure of your base plane by just looking at your screenshots. You may be running into the same issue described here though: http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=6453.2 - Michael