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Old   June 17, 2015, 04:48
Default too many fins, how to auto associate.
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Hi guys,

This is a 2D case.

This is my geo, lots of fins,



I made blocks like this, premesh is acceptable.


But I have problems to assiciate it to the curves, I tried "auto associate" in blocks panel, I also tried with "associate mesh with geometry" all does not work. Is there a quick way to deal with this?




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