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Old   May 21, 2011, 07:11
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Sergey Zinkevich
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Hi every1 !
I need some help in exporting blender to engrid,
I have a model in .stl, then I create a cylindr around it and want to export it in .bgec
Before exporting I`ve to rename some patches ( ex. to inlet/outlet/...) But I can`t choose surface that I need, ( I use RMB, p - selected, and new line in outliner, but in fact - it is a strange point)
And when I open this file in engrid - there some changes in geometry, can anyone explain me why it were modifiyed? (cylindr, that I create in blender, wrong sizes and position)
Please, help with blender =)

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Sergey Zinkevich
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Old   May 23, 2011, 15:37
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I`ve solved it! by scaling model =)
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