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Old   May 21, 2021, 10:30
Default Physical Interpretation of FFD_SETTING
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Hi, what is the physical interpretation of the FFD_SETTING, as in, how is the FFD box deformed on choosing this setting?

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That is used to create the FFD box, the FFD info is appended to the resulting mesh file.
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