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How to quickly fix small elements in Simlab

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Hi SL experts,

 

I am new to Simlab and like mesh control mesh in SL very much.

It helps me save a lot of time to create solid mesh for complex geometry (a lot of small fillet and tiny surface).

But I when manually fix some small elements, I do not know which is the best functions? I use Collapse edge but take a lot of time. Sometimes, I use GRID mesh.

Could you recommend which SL functions to fix this faster?

Thanks.

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Hi.,

 

Hope you have used "Number of elements in uniform curvature" option in Fillet mesh control on non uniform fillet faces. This option should be used only on the fillets with uniform radius. In case of varying radius fillets, please use "Geometry Approximation" option to avoid unwanted tiny elements in fillets.

 

Please refer the below images to know the difference of these options. 

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