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david.dixon
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Re: Corrupt Surface Boundary

05-03-2012 06:16 AM in reply to: justind

yep yep. I find that using "LINEWORKSHRINKWRAP" to produce a surface boundary often causes surfaces to be corrupt and not be able to be pasted.  The command sometimes creates a boundary that is "not planar" to world coordinates and C3D doesn't like that.

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Re: Corrupt Surface Boundary

10-24-2013 10:37 PM in reply to: david.dixon

BOUNDARY method definately best way to fix "problem" boundaries. Use it all the time.

 

Yeah shrinkwrap never quite gets it right with the 3d objects. I find i have to flatten them before using shrinkwrap and then it works.

 

 

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