- Multi-selection of input elements is available.
- Elements can be selected in the specification tree or in the 3D
- In a Part context, you can select:
- a Geometrical Set: all visible surfaces are selected.
- an Ordered Geometrical Set: all visible surfaces are
- a Body or a Partbody: the solid associated is selected, if
it is visible.
- a hybrid body: all visible surfaces are selected, as well as
the associated solid, if it is visible.
- the part itself, according to the rules above.
- In a Product context, you can select the product, according
to the rules above. Note that:
- transformations may be applied to create the mesh in the
coordinate system of the active part,
- Surface Tessellation is not compatible with the
- Surface Tessellation applies only to loaded
- You can specify the maximum size of the triangles and the maximum
distance (sag) between the geometry and the triangles.
- You can choose to create Distinct or Grouped
- Note that selecting an element and selecting the components of
the element lead to different results. For example,
- if you select a join made of 5 surfaces, you will create one
mono-cell tessellation, with both the Distinct and the Grouped option.
- If you select the 5 surfaces of the join, you will create 5
tessellations with the Distinct option, and one 5-cell
tessellation with the Grouped option.
- The free edges of the tessellation are those of the surfaces or
- To avoid free edges between the tessellations of several contiguous
you can join them with the Join action of Quick Surface
Reconstruction or Generative Shape Design.
They will then be processed as a single surface.