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Old   October 11, 2007, 19:20
Default how to define a point on the complex model
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Justin
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Dear all,

I know the surface>point to define the points, but mouse selection is not accurate and the coordinates is difficult to calculate.Print out the data of the surfaces and select the data?

If I want to define the exact points on the surfaces of a complex model, could you show your ideas? please!!

Thanks in advance

Justin

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Old   October 12, 2007, 04:22
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perhaps by using Isosurface cuts on the surface you want, with 2 grid constrains (2 of the 3 coordinates you want): the third one is given by the constrain fot the point to belong to that surface...
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Old   October 12, 2007, 15:44
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Fluid,

Many thanks. it is a good idea to define the point by isosurface.

Cheers

Justin

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