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Old   February 17, 2009, 01:24
Default Gambit error creating face
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Haridas Attur
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I am trying to create the geometry of an aerofoil with coods. after creating edges to all the vertices, went to the create a face from wireframe. i selected all the edges and i click apply it says -

"ERROR: ACIS error 18016: A face with null geometry created. ERROR: Cannot ceate ACIS frame from wireframe. Turn on the toggle to create planar tolerant face if such a face is required."

Y isnt it creatin a face? what is a planar tolerant face?

lookin forward to an answer at the earliest. thank you, haridas.

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Old   February 17, 2009, 03:31
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srihari
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dont subtract the aerofoil face with the domain face instead do split operation instead of that and delete the aerofoil face and also check all the edges r conected..this would work hari. hope it helps all the best regards hari
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