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Hey I just come accross the ICEM command merge vertex-to-edge and found it very much useful in situation when we have the dissimilar edges/vertices on two blocks which are required to be connected. It has benefit in a sense that it is not always possible that we have corresponding vertices present at the required position in order to merge. Moreover it is not possible to create the vertices on edge at the exact locations in case of complex cases. Video link is here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qFVVyequM0


First pics shows the notes from ICEM help and second pic shows the snapshot from the present work.


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