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Old   May 29, 2019, 00:58
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hello
i have nasal geometry and i need to edit inside nasal geometry frequently .
one of problem is editing such like in video impossible with spaceclaim or designmodeler as far as i know.
so i editing using Meshmixer and export to ansys for simulation.
but when import to ansys i need to repeative task again again like
make inlet and outlet and so on.
what is need for me? to make my work more easier.
python script can help me?
in my case how much range i can automate using python script or other method?
if anyone guide me much appreciate

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