Pseudo Smoothing using Subdivision Surface?

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  6 Days Ago
Pseudo Smoothing using Subdivision Surface?

Hi,
As you might know, when using subdivision surface. it smooths the surface.
My question is there a way to smooth out a surface using SubD Generator BUT RETAINING A SUBDIVISION OF ZERO?

I know this might sound odd, but I just like the subD Generator smoothing algorithm than me doing the smoothing manually. (Selecting all faces and hitting Iron does not appeal to me).

Thank you for your time.
 
  6 Days Ago
As I know there is no way to get it from the generator.

But you could use Subdivide command for doing it. (U~S)
http://recordit.co/kaE7Sdd4te
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  6 Days Ago
I would use the Smooth Deformer for this.
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  5 Days Ago
Thank you both for the response. The smooth deformer did the job for me.
Have a great day ahead!
 
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