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Why can't 3 surfaces sharing a common edge be knitted together ?

Question asked by Sachin Murigesh on May 8, 2017
Latest reply on May 8, 2017 by Dan Pihlaja

Hi,

What is the logical reason behind this? (or is it possible and I don't know?)

In below illustration I can knit any 2 surfaces together. But when i try to knit all 3 surfaces together or 2 surfaces at once and then knitted surface with the third surface it throws error. All the three surfaces share a common edge.

 

Practical application is when I try to knit the 'tent-like' surface on top of base surface the error appears (there surfaces - split face, base surface and tent-like surface have a  common edge). But I can knit if i delete the split surface before making the tent-like surface.

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