Re: “Intersect two layer” in v2.6
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Hi Dave,
its not easy to merge both these edges, but I have used your last model data base and tried the following way (see attachment):
I have moved the inner and outer hull by 0.1 in the negative zdirection to separate their edges from the transom. Then I have defined a new surface between opposed points of the hull layer and the transom layer. If you do this for all leak points, the space between the edges will be closed and the leak points will thereby be killed. Finally, the inner and outer hull will have to be moved back by 0.1 in the zdirection.
This solution isn’t smart at all and involves tedious work, but it is straightforward and i think it will work at least.
Interesting problem, interesting discussion.
Regards
Klaus
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