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  1. Hi, I would like to know if there is any way to get these point information along with coordinates. I am actually thinking to write a macro which will check for %match of FE and CAD. What it does will be to extract mid surface and with the point data information, i'll match it with my FE coordinate. Maybe provide for an allowance. So if it is completely matching then almost all major feature change areas will have a corresponding FE node. If any other command exists for this purpose also, please do let me know.
  2. Hi All Sometimes I see nodes on the edge of a pipe, made of surface, that are not connected to any edge, but they create problem if you need to create a surface between the pipe and another one ,and make that surface distorted. also it can't be deleted using point edit > suppress
  3. Hello everyone, I tried to figure out what kind of geometry is shown in a model I received recently. When I delete or hide all solids and surfaces, that's what's left in the end (picture below). Any idea what kind of geometry it might be? I tried to delete all kinds of geometries or elements using the "Delete" tool > All for all options in the Dropdown list shown below. But the points won't vanish. Maybe I'm missing something here... Kind regards, Niclas
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