|May 11, 2010, 20:16||
creating subdomains in DM
Join Date: May 2010
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I am a beginner in Designmodeler. I did lots of tutorials and read the help but can't figure out this simple question. How do we do to create more than 1 body?
I would like to create 2 subdomains to help me in my meshing. Do I need to create more than 1 body (or more than 1 part I don't know) to be able to do that ?
In fact, I extruded a profile in one direction and created another extrusion in the opposite direction but it doesn't create another body but merges the 2 automatically. Same thing when I use another profile and I want it to be connected to the other one.
I know it is possible because there is a tutorial (Workbench and Polyflow) where they show the geometry having 2 subdomains and 2 parts but it basically just 2 cubes stuck one on the other.
Thank you for your help
|May 12, 2010, 02:07||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Posts: 575Rep Power: 12
Use the freeze command to create more than one body. In your example, after you have done the first extrusion, use freeze and then create the other extrusion.
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