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Old   January 23, 2003, 09:33
Default Self intersecting
Carlos Saraiva
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Hello everyone! I've got a problem understanding something: I import a given geometry from EZsurf (triangulated surfaces) and when I do the check of those surfaces with Proam it says that I've got some self intersecting shells... At this point I'm ok with it... But I tought that that was strange so I made a check again, but only to the surroundings of the shells proam said were selfintersecting (it's a lot faster of course) and this time proam said that there were no errors (no self intersecting)...

I've made this 3 times with diferent *dbs exported from EZsurf (of the same geometry) and I notice the same problem... Visualy it seems OK tough ... Is the surface OK?


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