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    Solid Mapping

    I would like to request your help to solidmap this ''hm'', i tried to trim it but in the last volume allways appears non-mappable. Can you help me? And explain me why appears this error? V0.hm
  2. Hello, I am trying to 3D mesh this solid part by using solid mapping. I tried "trim with surf" to make the part mappable but I don't think I can create surfaces/divisions good enough for solid mapping.I am also attaching the partially trimmed version. Which method I should follow to make the rectangular sides mappable and get rid of the red layer in the cylindrical part? Thank you in advance, Muge
  3. The screenshot below shows a part I'm working on meshing. In order to have a good quality mesh, I have split the top surface into many smaller surfaces. I then meshed the individual surfaces with the 2D Automesh tool and was hoping to then simply use the Solid map tool to sweep that mesh through the thickness (an approach I've used many times before. However, when I attempt to mesh this solid, I get the following error message: "At 0/1. Solid 64:Faces (=2813) per solid over limit(1078)." I was not aware that such a limit existed. Other than splitted the solid into multiple smaller solids, is there any way around this?
  4. Hello Everyone , any one give me suggestion how to do hexa mesh in this component pleas check and give rply mesh.hm
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