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Old   May 1, 2006, 12:41
Default Uniting two models
Vidya Raja
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Hi all,

I have two models created in ProE. I want to attach the two to complete the entire unit. When I imported the two to GAMBIT, they appear inverted. I mean, one of them is completely inverted with respect to the other. I tried using the MOVE/ ALIGN volumes option to align them in the position that I want, but couldn't do so. Is there any other way I can do this?

Also, is there some way GAMBIT can attach the two models? They do not intersect, but one had to be fixed around (completely surrounding the other). How can I do this?

Thanks Vidya
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