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Old   February 7, 2008, 03:25
Default I need to rotate my mesh 1,5 d
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I need to rotate my mesh 1,5 degrees around the z-axis. I guess rotateMesh is the right approach?

How do I treat the direction n1 and n2? Ive tried to enter the vector form (x y z) for n1 and n2 but it doesnt work. Is there anyone who could give me a hint?

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Old   February 11, 2008, 06:40
Default Ok, I found out. Have to write
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Ok, I found out. Have to write like this: rotateMesh <root> <case> '(x1 y1 z1)' '(x2 y2 z2)'.

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