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Posted by SCHMITT F at January 29. 2013

Hello

In the attached file, I send a wire view of the geometry i am trying to mesh with the isos at (u=1, v=1).

I constructed the 3 geometries (which are slightly the same) using the commands (2Dsketch --> Faces --> Hexahedral solid).

I expected getting the same sketch for each part of the geometry.

 

Does somebody knows why crosses appears on some faces ? I checked the edges orientation for faces with and without cross : they are the same.

 

Regards.

 

 

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Re: iso - viewing mode

Posted by William Tougeron at January 30. 2013

Hello SCHMITT,

If you absolutely want the iso-curves to be parallel to the face's edges, you can use the filling tool of Salome.

You just have to put two opposite edges into a compound, then New Entity -> Generation -> Filling. You can choose the method: Auto-correct edges orientation to avoid wrong geometries.

In your case, you can explode the faces of your solids containing "crossed" faces, then rebuild only these crossed faces and create new shells and new solids.

I hope this advice will help you.

Best regards,

William

Re: iso - viewing mode

Posted by William Tougeron at January 30. 2013

Another solution is to translate the faces which are not crossed to replace the crossed ones. This is not very elegant but it should work fine.

William

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