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Old   January 26, 2009, 10:15
Default Autogrid: discontinuity of 90 degrees in shroud
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Eric Joubarne
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Hi, I'm new to AutoGrid and I have the following error message:

"Discontinuity of 90 degrees in shroud"

Here is what I do: 1- I have my CAD geometry in the IGES format and I click on "import and link CAD". 2- I select the 7 small curves that are defining the shourd and I right click on "link to shourd". I have no error message so far. 3- Then I select the 8 small curves that are defining my hub and I right clik on "link to hub". At this time, the error message displays: discontinuity of 90 degrees in the shourd.

Does anyone have an answer ?

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Old   July 21, 2009, 04:34
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Dear Eric,
It may be surface,or the curves must be a entity,and the orientation must be right

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