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Old   November 15, 2017, 06:23
Default What is the difference in connecting geometry component to mesh in Workbench?
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In Workbench I have connected my geometry component to my meshing component twice - and I do not know the difference of connecting it to the mesh or geometry tab in the mesh component? Please see the attached image for explanation.

Also, I cannot delete the link from the geometry component to the mesh icon on the mesh component. Anyone knows why that is?
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