Basically 2 wedges, on top of each other, on a slight angle. I’ve tried every gapfill setting, and none of them create a clean fill
Four WedgeMeshes made really thin on one axis. They can be placed back-to-back in the gap so their angled sides meet up.
There is a way to it if you calcuate correctly.
But there is also a Roblox Plugin you can install and use to to fill the gap.
Please read my question before suggesting something which I have already tried and CLEARLY stated in my question
To be honest, saying you’ve tried every gapfill setting doesn’t imply that you’ve tried every gapfill plugin.
It sounds more like you’ve tried all the settings in a single gapfill plugin.
When someone mentions gapfill it’d be wise to assume they are talking about the most 1 gapfill plugin 99% of developers use
You haven’t used every plugin.
- Unable to get a clean fill
- Two wedges stacked on one another.
- Rotated to a certain incline.
https://i.gyazo.com/e10cc4647f34afe0c71f1520ac0a806a.mp4 ( I recreate a clean fill here)
GapFill Example (DevForum).rbxl (21.7 KB)
Hope I helped.
Your methodology is correct.
I replicated what you are trying to do and I think I found out what your issue is.
I don’t think there’s a way to avoid this unless you add a buffer in-between your two wedges that is a regular part or make the wedges wider.
You need to use unions to remove the rough edges because of the size limit for the parts.
If I don’t solve your issue I am always happy to help you out in messages.