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Old   October 13, 2010, 14:00
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itís my first time using ICEM. Do you solve a problem, you have the next.
But now a canít find a solution.

The picture shows my problem. Does anyone knows why the lower middle knots connect to the upper right edge and not to the upper middle?

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Old   October 19, 2010, 13:42
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Edges are associated with curves... Make sure that the edge associates to all the curves along the way. Perhaps there is some curve segment that you have not associated it to, so the nodes are projecting only to the curves you did select...

From that picture, it is hard to know exactly what is wrong...

Zoom in and take a better pic with edge bunching, curves, etc. But not surfaces or other things that get in the way.
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Old   October 29, 2010, 05:43
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Thanks for answer.

Dividing the block between the wings, solves the problem.

Now the wings are unsymmetric. Pic 1 shows the body. Everything is symmetrical. But at the edge of the O-Grid the wing is unsymmetric (pic 2).

I followed the tutorial "Wing Body" because my solid is similiar but the result is not satisfying.

Has someone an idea?

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