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How to not inset a bridge created by the hole SOP? Jan. 15, 2020, 11:31 p.m.

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Aizatulin


here is a modification of the previous examples. I'll check, if the neighbour count is 2 (point is a border bound) and if it has two vertices or more, which means, that the point has more than one prim or it has more than one (vertex)reference on the same prim (which is the case here).

It is like vusta said (do not trust the fuse sop).

If you look into my example, there is switch node. The results seems to be the same, but if you check the point number, they are different.

ty so much for the nice explanation and example file and wrangle of course just <3
really interesting that with clean and fuse there is different point count if not to increase fuse to say 0.001 and with fuse=0.0001 there is one broken edge at the left side… clean worked cleaner
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well no….as explained in my prev post…inside the clean…it's using a fuse anyway (at the top), just that the default fuse is at 0.001…while the Manual Fuse was at 0.0001 hence less fusing at smaller threshold.

How to not inset a bridge created by the hole SOP? Jan. 15, 2020, 7:32 p.m.

Aizatulin


here is a modification of the previous examples. I'll check, if the neighbour count is 2 (point is a border bound) and if it has two vertices or more, which means, that the point has more than one prim or it has more than one (vertex)reference on the same prim (which is the case here).

It is like vusta said (do not trust the fuse sop).

If you look into my example, there is switch node. The results seems to be the same, but if you check the point number, they are different.
possibly because Clean works on a different threshold.
If I change your Fuse to 0.001 then it's the same with Clean…ahh yes…there is a Fuse inside the Clean which uses 0.001

How to not inset a bridge created by the hole SOP? Jan. 15, 2020, 7:26 p.m.

hmmm…I take it all back, sorry about that Fuse…

If I use a Fuse instead of the Clean after the Convert, it works too.