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Old   September 5, 2012, 23:15
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Hi guys thank you for looking my problem.

I use workbench to import geometry form solid work and mash it. I got problem in meshing. The program didn't mesh it for me, it said "The following surfaces cannot be meshed with acceptable quality. Try using a different element size or virtual topology" and WA mesh could not be generated using the current meshing options and setting." I tried to Fine in relevance center but it didn't work.

Could you guys help me ? thanks
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Old   September 6, 2012, 02:48
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What you need to do is tutorials about meshing. If you are stuck on that point, im sorry but clearly you need to learn more.
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