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Old   August 2, 2011, 16:03
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I would like to mesh a torus which I created using the primitive geometry tools. I would like to make sure that each cross-section of the torus has the same mesh density and use quad elements. I am used to working with a 180 degree bend with a circular cross-section in which I am able to create size restrictions at a particular face and sweep the mesh along the arch of the bend. Since the torus is closed, I am unsure how to sweep the mesh.

Can anyone provide advice/ tips on sweeping the mesh for a torus geometry?
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