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Old   August 13, 2012, 13:36
Default Delaunay Meshing Error
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Hi, I have a surface mesh that I got from an Octree mesh. I have smoothed it and checked it; I get no errors. Then I try to fill with Delaunay and I have a problem, it comes back with this error:

***** checking faces *****
***** initial mesh *****
ERR 2012: can not insert point near (1.6913,2.57,-0.18573)
ERR 2012: can not insert point near (1.6913,2.57,-0.15837)
ERR 2012: can not insert point near (1.6913,2.94,-0.15837)
ERR 2012: can not insert point near (1.71522,2.97335,0)
ERROR:2002 - nbelim initial points cannot be inserted
status 1
Application did not finish correctly.

What does this mean? I have tried searching, but I can't find anything about it. These points are just seemingly random points on a curve between 2 surfaces, I attached some pictures if it helps. Thanks!
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