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Old   April 12, 2022, 21:39
Default Why imprint make my model's surface not show?
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I have a model made of some walls and water fluid, I use the imprint function in boolean for all the walls to get their contacts a,but there has been produced to a surface in parts and region for both of walls and fluid,the surface just created is their interface.And some sufaces in my original model can not show,I need to creat a report for some surfaces to get their pressure.So,what should i do? Thank u!
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