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Old   August 14, 2013, 08:02
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Can anyone tell me, how can i split the prism layers equally on either sides. I have created a mesh and have tried to split the prism layer, but the problem is the mesh has been equally split on either sides but there is a kind of gap between them. Can any one let me know, how can it be eliminated?

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Old   August 14, 2013, 09:30
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Go to Edit Mesh > Move Nodes > Redistribute Prisms. Here you will find two options, redistribution based on Fixed initial height or Fixed growth ratio. Choose option as per requirements to get the desired mesh. Hope it will help you.
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