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Old   January 16, 2013, 11:02
Default Problem with geometry (Cannot merge edges together)
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Hi all,

I have just finished constructing my model, however there are some problems with the geometry.

My model have non-manifold bodies. I have identified some of them.
But when i tried to merge the edges/faces together, the modeler said that there is no valid mergable clusters.

How can I join the 2 edges together?

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Rick
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Hey Rick I have the same problem. How would you solve this problem?
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