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  • mesh STEP within its imported curves

    Posted by pichon at January 20. 2007
    Hi,

    I would like to mesh an Imported STEP geometry, such that
    all curves were included, see link:
    http://www.ann.jussieu.fr/~gostaf/Salome-Geom-STEP-curve.png

    You see a rectangle on the front face. These are four lines inported
    with STEP file. Can I control the mesh nodes to be posed on these lines.

    Thank You
    • Re: mesh STEP within its imported curves

      Posted by Sergey Mozokhin at April 17. 2007
      pichon wrote:
      Hi,

      I would like to mesh an Imported STEP geometry, such that
      all curves were included, see link:
      http://www.ann.jussieu.fr/~gostaf/Salome-Geom-STEP-curve.png

      You see a rectangle on the front face. These are four lines inported
      with STEP file. Can I control the mesh nodes to be posed on these lines.

      Thank You

       

      Do these lines (edges) are inside (connected) solid? Or they are just "free" countour?

      If they are connected - you can use mesh as usual.

      If this is free countour - it seems that it is necessary to use partition of solid by this countour before to put it "inside" top face.

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