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Is it possible to reduce the mesh and keeping linearity of the mesh?

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alexandre.pfister
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Is it possible to reduce the mesh and keeping linearity of the mesh?

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The goal is to keep the same pattern but bigger, meaning with less number of holes

 

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Thank you!

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MagWeb
in reply to: alexandre.pfister

Unfortunately there's no way I know to do such an operation in MM.



Gunter Weber
Triangle Artisan

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hfcandrew
in reply to: MagWeb

Could you try Generating facegroups, or manually selecting facegroups in row after row then remeshing?

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alexandre.pfister
in reply to: MagWeb

Thank you for your message. DO you know a software to manipulate Mesh that way?

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alexandre.pfister
in reply to: MagWeb

Thank you for your message. DO you know a software to manipulate Mesh that way?

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Please tell me what types of locks (velcro, etc.) do you use in your Chenot corsets with this pattern??
Do you design locks in MM?

Regards.

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