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Old   October 8, 2020, 03:46
Default Edge removal after solid fill hole python script function
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Hello,

I used solid fill hole command to fill solid hole at geometry level using script. After execution holes are closed but the edge are on the surface.

Can we remove the edge by using script?

Thank you.
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Old   October 19, 2020, 06:57
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Which option did you choose as "Geom fill method"? If you use "expand existing faces" then the CONS at the rim of the closed solid holes should be removed. For example:


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mesh.FillSolidHoles(200, 40, "convex", 5, point_at_center = False, curve_at_perimeter = False, fill_method = "planar", geom_fill_method = "expand_existing_faces")
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