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This is my first post. I hope you can help.

I have an object with an extruded face, that is slightly smaller than the width/height of the main object. When adding the subsurface modifier, at the join I am getting a indent between the two objects.

I have tried extra loop cuts, cut it either distorts the extruded parts shape, or creates a strange hard line.

Object with extruded face loop cut added

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It's just bad topology, you have ngons that are stretched by the Subdivision Surface modifier, use the knife tool and create edges on the top to only keep quads:

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  • $\begingroup$ OMG thank you. That has done it. I have been stuck on this for about 2 weeks. It has been driving me crazy. $\endgroup$ – Chickins2Death May 15 at 17:40

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