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Old   February 4, 2015, 12:51
Default Quick method to convert zero thickness wall to wall with thickness
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Hi guys,

In my mesh, I got some zero thickness wall, but I want to make it to be thick.

Instead regenerate the geometry and block it. Is there a quick method to do this?

Thanks.
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After generating the 2D mesh, use extrude mesh. Define no. of layers as 1 and give desired spacing.
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