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Old   December 11, 2012, 14:02
Default Initial Meridional Configuration Dialog
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I am designing an axial pump using bladeGen. The dimensions have changed (Hub and shroud diameters, blade angles, etc.) Is there a way to reopen the Initial Meridional Configuration Dialog or another quick way to change these variables all at once without redoing the entire workbench. I would be satisfied with just deleting the current blade (within bladeGen and starting over). Moving the points by hand tends to crash the software since these are all large changes.
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Old   October 4, 2022, 07:43
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Did you find a way to return to the meridional profile dialog and entering the main work window? Thanks.
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