**Gap and primitive.**

2021-04-20, 19:41 (This post was last modified: 2021-04-20, 20:01 by Bertrand Lequy.)

Hi,

I'm using the 3-16ndis.dat primitive in the part I'm working on (35103).

In fact I had to slice a 2-4ndis, so I replaced it by two 3-16ndis and the two quads I get using SlicerPro.

The matter is that, there's a realy small gap between the 3-16ndis primitive and each quad. But this gap disappears when I inline the primitive with LDDP, so I deduced it's a matter of precision using SlicerPro. The problem is that even with a better precision the gap is still here.

I've the same problem with 3-8cyli.dat for the vertical part.

So my question is : should I keep the primitive and the gap, or should I inline the primitive to close the gap ?

Or maybe there's a third way I didn't thought about...

I'm using the 3-16ndis.dat primitive in the part I'm working on (35103).

In fact I had to slice a 2-4ndis, so I replaced it by two 3-16ndis and the two quads I get using SlicerPro.

The matter is that, there's a realy small gap between the 3-16ndis primitive and each quad. But this gap disappears when I inline the primitive with LDDP, so I deduced it's a matter of precision using SlicerPro. The problem is that even with a better precision the gap is still here.

I've the same problem with 3-8cyli.dat for the vertical part.

So my question is : should I keep the primitive and the gap, or should I inline the primitive to close the gap ?

Or maybe there's a third way I didn't thought about...