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Old   June 10, 2013, 01:09
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Hello.

I have a problem in meshing.
I want to mesh a face (red face) (mesh1 image), but it is not working properly (mesh2 image). You can see the gambit can't mesh the curve of face and it is meshing straight to end. I tried all of Quad and Tri, but they were not work.
How can i fix it?
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Old   June 10, 2013, 04:18
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Strange..can you attach an image with the shaded mode on?
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Thank you.
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Geometry seems correct to me...I really don't know what's happening..maybe expert Maxime has some tips..
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delete the surface, and create new ones.
Not one, but many (like a split).
Decomposing your sufaces into smaller ones should help
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thanks. i will try.
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