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Cannot knit surfaces

Question asked by Leo Galang on Jun 23, 2013
Latest reply on Apr 22, 2014 by Mark Biasotti

Hi everyone


I'm kinda new to surface modelling in SW and I'm trying to model a lobetype pressure vessel, which has partitions between lobes. I've been trying to knit the surfaces so I eventually end up with a merged model. So far I've been using the Check feature to see where I have open surfaces, yet when I try to knit & merge the surfaces that are open I keep getting the error "The selected faces and surfaces cannot be knitted into one surface" and I'm kinda lost to what I should do to solve this problem. I can knit the outer surfaces together, but when it comes to knitting the partitions to the outer surfaces I get this problem.


The whole point of doing this modelling is to load my model as an IGES file into Ansys Mechanical and do a FE analysis. If it helps I've attached the file.


Can anyone here please help me with this problem?




- Leo