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Old   May 28, 2013, 12:58
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Hi,
If you set restrictive parameters in the quality controls the quality of the mesh will be better but it will create more problems during the snapping
hi david,
what do you mean with "restrictive parameters" ?
i don't understand your meaning.
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Old   May 29, 2013, 17:04
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Hi s.m

With the meshQualityControls you can choose the final quality of the mesh. If you set this quality controls to produce a high quality mesh, probably snappy may not snap correctly to the surface or create 100% of the layers. If you relax this parameters probably the layer addition will work better but, in return, you will create a mesh with lower quality.

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