|February 21, 2012, 21:51||
Match Control, is this weird or am I stupid?
Join Date: Feb 2012
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First of all, as this is my first post, so thank you very much for all the help this forum has already brought me.
I have a question about Match Control: I have 2 circular faces stuck together, that actually come from a cylindrical part I sliced in two in DesignModeler. I would very much like to make a Match Control between them (Contact Sizing over-constrains the mesh and renders it unsolvable).
However, when I make a new Match Control (Insert > Match Control), I select the first face as high, second face as low, I get the following error:
"The two faces do not have the same topology or geometry"
I mean, two faces that originally come for the SAME body should be eligible for Match Control, shouldn't they? Or is there something obvious I'm missing? God I hope I find out, please enlighten me!
Thank you, all
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