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4-lattice layer; for making a gradient lattice, for instance, I like to add another 4-layer with smaller porosities or windows. The first 4-layer 88 or 99 then the second 4-layer 5*5. The shared image would be the second 4-layer

I have a 4-layer lattice (.STL file) that I like to edit to a gradient lattice, changing the gaps between lines from low to high or addition of other layers. Could you help me by utilising which tools I can do it? I tried Loop cut, vertex and extrusion so far, although still struggling.

Thanks a bunch!

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  • $\begingroup$ Hi and welcome to the site :) If you'd like, could you add some images showing what you mean by 4-layer (gradient) lattice? Your question might be easier to understand and answered more quickly that way! Thanks! $\endgroup$ – gandalf3 Mar 31 at 19:26
  • $\begingroup$ Yes, indeed, but how should I add an image? $\endgroup$ – Mina Mardani Mar 31 at 20:36
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[4-lattice layer; for making a gradient lattice, for instance, I like to add another 4-layer with smaller porosities or windows. The first 4-layer 88 or 99 then the second 4-layer 5*5. The shared image would be the second 4-layer]

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