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Summary
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The Superquad SOP generates an isoquadric surface. This produces a spherical shape that is similar to a metaball, with the difference that it doesn't change it's shape in response to what surrounds it. You can change the XY Exponent of an isoquadric surface to define it to be more "squarish" or "starish" in shape. Also, an isoquadric surface is always defined as a polygonal or mesh type geometry.

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SOPs
Add • Alembic • Align • Arm • Attribute Create • Attribute • Basis • Blend • Bone Group • Boolean • Box • Bridge • Cache • Cap • Capture Region • Capture • Carve • CHOP to • Circle • Clay • Clip • Convert • Copy • CPlusPlus • Creep • Curveclay • Curvesect • DAT to • Deform • Delete • Divide • Extrude • Facet • File In • Fillet • Fit • Font • Force • Fractal • Grid • Group • Hole • Import Select • In • Introduction To SOPs id • Inverse Curve • Iso Surface • Join • Joint • Kinect • Lattice • Limit • Line • Line Thick • LOD • LSystem • Magnet • Material • Merge • Metaball • Model • Noise • Null • Object Merge • Oculus Rift • OpenVR • Out • Particle • Point • Polyloft • Polypatch • Polyreduce • Polyspline • Polystitch • Primitive • Profile • Project • Rails • Raster • Ray • Rectangle • Refine • Resample • Revolve • Script • Select • Sequence Blend • Skin • Sort • Sphere • Spring • Experimental:Sprinkle • Sprite • Stitch • Subdivide • Superquad • Surfsect • Sweep • Switch • Text • Texture • Torus • Trace • Trail • Transform • Trim • Tristrip • Tube • Twist • Vertex • Wireframe • ZED

An Operator Family that reads, creates and modifies 3D polygons, curves, NURBS surfaces, spheres, meatballs and other 3D surface data.