I have two rectangles (sketched with SW) that share one side. When I extrude them, I see that the internal boundary disappears. How can I do to maintain it?
This picture should help understand my concern.
Extrude them twice using contour selection and uncheck merge results.
But why you need them this this?
be patient but could you explain me how to extrude twice? Because I see that when I extrude one time one rectangle, the other (not extruded) disappears. The answer to my question must be stupid but I don't find it!
I want keep them separated because I will export this geometry in Ansys and I want to set different mesh sizes for different areas.
You're selecting the "region" in which to extrude. Each of the closed rectangles is a region and by using the contour selection you can select certain ares in which to extrude.
The sketch is now hidden inside the first feature so just expand the feature and re-select the other region in which you want the second feature for.
Ok done it. Marvelous, thank you
Many people like designing with one large sketch and using the power of contour selection. There's nothing wrong at all but it can get hard sometimes for someone else to edit.
Give me a correct answer if I did answer it correctly...
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