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Old   November 25, 2015, 10:51
Default Engrid - How to mesh around baffles
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total newbie to Engrid here. Congratulations for the great product. I was wondering, is it possible to mesh a volume which has some inner faces inside (w/o any thickness) ? In the end I would like to compare different type of mesh on different geometries. The motorbike tuto would be one of them. Thanks for any input.

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