Discrete surfaces with spherical faces are interesting from a simplified manufacturing viewpoint when compared to other double curved face shapes. Furthermore, by the nature of their definition they are also appealing from the theoretical side leading to a Möbius invariant discrete surface theory.

We solve the task of representing free forms by an arrangement of panels that are manufacturable by precise isometric bending of surfaces made from a small number of molds. In fact we manage to solve the paneling task with surfaces of constant Gaussian curvature alone. This includes the case of developable surfaces which exhibit zero curvature.