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Old   June 8, 2004, 10:53
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Hello! I've got a problem with the generation of subsurfaces in Pro-am. I want to generate sublayer in a pipe with an inlet. so i have angles of 90 degrees in this pipe. i want to have a sublayer with the same angles. but proam is pulling the corner of the sublayer very close to the corner of the normal geometry. every thing else is ok. just the corners...

hope somebody cn help me

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Old   June 9, 2004, 08:53
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HI Michael

Perhaps the solution would be to create/close an edge line on the surface before creating the subsurface. I am not sure, but maybe it will help you.


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