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"Glue edges" operation unexpectedly alters other edges

Posted by Solène Kojtych at October 13. 2020
Hi everyone,
 
I'm using Salome 9.5. and I apply the operation "Glue Edges" to two faces. There is no error but the resulting face does not match completely the original faces (a slight "bump" is deleted).
 
I've tried to change the tolerance, unsuccessfully until now. I've also tried to perfom the operation with "sewing", "fuse", "build-> shell" and I encouter always the same problem.
 
Do you have any suggestions about this problem ? I've also attached the study (.hdf) in case this can help.
 
Thank you very much,
 
Solène
 

Re: "Glue edges" operation unexpectedly alters other edges

Posted by Solène Kojtych at October 13. 2020

The faces to glue

 

 

 

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Re: "Glue edges" operation unexpectedly alters other edges

Posted by Solène Kojtych at October 13. 2020

The result (sorry I was not able to add pictures in the first message)

Re: "Glue edges" operation unexpectedly alters other edges

Posted by Solène Kojtych at October 14. 2020

Re: "Glue edges" operation unexpectedly alters other edges

Posted by Christophe Bourcier at October 15. 2020

Hi Solène,

it seems it is only a display issue. If you change the deflection coefficient (select the shape and right-click in the view) to 0.0001 (to increase the number of triangles used for the display tesselation), the result is better displayed. You can use Glue edges, Sewing, or Shell to assemble your faces.

Christophe

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