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Old   July 14, 2019, 14:50
Default [Meshing] How to determine which mesh to use in 3D
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Hello everyone,

I have noticed there are a variety of meshes available to use. For example, tetrahedral, hexahedron, wedge, pyramid, and polyhedron meshes. There are also ways to use multiple meshes in your model.

How can you determine which mesh is most suitable for your model?

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