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    Divide Surface-two parts of non-symmetrical doughnut don’t match

    Hi There
    It is just an attempt to create some kind of modern looking stadium “doughnut shape” in my case is not symmetric. Revit has divided the whole mass into two shells. When I try to subdivide them (option-Divide surface) into let’s say 20x20 equal squares as a result on the intersect line between two shells square pattern doesn’t match. In other words the subdivision is not continuous all over the whole shape. I tried all options like “justification” but …no result.
    Maybe you could help me please.
    By the way there must be some logic-mathematic role to divide surface-any hint to understand the beast :banghead:
    Thanks for all answers

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    Originally posted by ChristopherLondon View Post
    Hi There
    It is just an attempt to create some kind of modern looking stadium “doughnut shape” in my case is not symmetric. Revit has divided the whole mass into two shells. When I try to subdivide them (option-Divide surface) into let’s say 20x20 equal squares as a result on the intersect line between two shells square pattern doesn’t match. In other words the subdivision is not continuous all over the whole shape. I tried all options like “justification” but …no result.
    Maybe you could help me please.
    By the way there must be some logic-mathematic role to divide surface-any hint to understand the beast :banghead:
    Thanks for all answers
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