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Old   February 21, 2013, 05:49
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Hi, I have a problem to fill a solid in my electric drive. This electric drive is compose in two parts which one of them have two holes what the liquid are flowing to cooling the electric drive. Before to select the function to fill with this liquid I have to join two parts so i have to a closed geometry, only one body wiht only one part.

Someone know what i have to do to join two parts with one part???


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