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  1. Hi, Attached you can see there are three bodies. Body 1 is a wing, Body 2 is a fuselage, and Body 3 is a side body kinda thing. All these three bodies are union-ed using the boolean operation. When I activate the filleting it doesn't show anything or if I change the radius/distance it jumps out with segmentation fault. What is the best practice to put fillet on the connection edge between these three bodies. p.s. since these three Brep bodies are parameterized their size is changing. Cheers, Pay.
  2. Hello there, I have a question about what kinda information is being included when a BRep model is exported in the STEP format. When I was checking the content of the STEP file exported from CAESES I noticed 'HarmonyWare STEP v2.1.8' and 'HarmonyWare Translators' in the top of the file. I was wondering if CAESES is using the HarmonyWare to export the STEP files. When I was checking the HarmonyWare website: https://www.harmonyware.com/step_products.html I noticed STEP/Nlib, STEP/TSLib, and STEP/SMLib. I also noticed that their support and not supported entities. My question now is if the STEP format exported from CAESES includes topological information? More information about the question. I have told if the exported format includes the topological information then at the time of being imported into a third-party software (ie meshing) it keeps its integrity and watertightness. But if the STEP file doesn't include the topological information then the STEP file itself is not watertight and when it is imported the third party software creates a common understanding of those data within it tolerance definition and etc. So if both have common tolerance standard within the tolerance the STEP file is watertight but if the STEP includes the topological information then it keeps the integrity and remains watertight within the defined tolerance. Best, Pay
  3. Hello there, I just want to bring an issue I was having when I was defining an entity in the modeling panel. I am using CAESES on linux ubuntu and when I am on modeling panel and create something new like a brep model or a curve or a point or whatever, if after typing the name of that entity I don't press enter and try to define an operation, CAESES jumps out with segmentation fault. The only way to avoid this is to press Enter after typing the name of the entity and then click on the operation section. Best, Pay
  4. Hello there, I have a question about automating the fillet operation between two brep models. For my case, I have a fuselage body created by using loft and then I have another side body like a wing that is created by using also loft. When I select one of the brep and add the other one as a source for the boolean union operation and activate the fillet no matter what value radius/distance I give it doesn't generate the fillet. I was wondering what aspects of those two brep model doesn't let the fillet succeed? My side body kinda wing body as a flat trailing-edge with an edge length around 0.0005 and the whole model is in meter. Best, Pay
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