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I have a closed curve and need to ad some skin to it. I added a profiled bevel. As you can see in the image, the section where the curve closes is not beveled correctly. It is not matching in tilt.

How can I make a closed curve to be beveled smoothly even in the closing section?

End and start points don't match when beveled

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Select the two points and connect them by pressing the F key, which creates a segment between those points.

Then select several of your surrounding points (or all of them, depending on what works better in your case) and select Smooth Curve Tilt under Control Points.

This will close the open area and the curve tilt should be smooth.

PS: If the open spot is indeed one created by a cyclic spline, then you cannot/do not need to connect the two points and then you need to align the tilt at the end points manually and smooth the tilt afterwards.

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    $\begingroup$ My curve was made from a closed mesh. I think that's why your first method did not work. But the second method worked very well. A couple of manual tilts/smooth tilts did the trick. Thanks. $\endgroup$
    – Chegon
    Commented Jun 15, 2022 at 23:01

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