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Old   February 26, 2008, 05:24
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Dear all,

I have two faceted surfaces resulting of STL files. I would like to average it to get a single midsurface. By using the Geometry/Surface/Midsurface function of ICEM I get this messages:

Topology tolerance used: 0.08 Creating midsurfaces for family "GEOM". 2 non-parametric surfaces skipped. 2 broken surfaces skipped. No candidates found.

If you know how to solve it, or if you know another way to do it in Catia or SolidWorks, it would be helpful.


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Old   February 26, 2008, 12:40
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You might try selecting the surfaces manually, rather than having ICEM search on its own.

How far apart are the surfaces?
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