victor.bonhomme at gmail.com
Sat Jul 7 16:17:28 CEST 2012
The server hosting the .stl files was down, but now it's solved, so if some
of you wanted to have a look at my issue, you can reconsider the question
End of Study Project,
INSA of LYON, MATEIS laboratory.
2012/6/27 victor bonhomme <victor.bonhomme at gmail.com>
> Dear all,
> I have a 8cubes.stl <http://share.vbonhomme.fr/gmsh/8cubes.stl> and the
> STLremesh.geo <http://share.vbonhomme.fr/gmsh/STLremesh.geo> tool. I try
> to improve the surface meshing quality by applying :
> *#gmsh STLremesh.geo -2*
> It launches the *STLRemshing* script as defined in the Gmsh wiki<https://geuz.org/trac/gmsh/wiki/STLRemeshing>.
> In order to get it working it needs "*genus zero with at least one
> boundray*" which is not the case because my 8cubes.stl is a compound of
> closed surfaces...
> To regain a genus 0, *STLRemshing* process an automatic "*Split with
> metis" *(correct me if i'm wrong)* *however it still doesn't work !
> Does anybody have a way to get the STLremeshing tool working with my
> 8cubes.stl ? I would be grateful !
> ps : The final target is to remesh this polycristal.stl<http://share.vbonhomme.fr/polycristal.stl> using
> STLremesh.geo for my end of studies project...
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