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Surfaces are not connected. What I have to do?

Surfaces are not connected. What I have to do?

Surfaces are not connected. What I have to do?

Hi all,

I have one really stupid question, but when I’m working with surfaces in NX 7.5 I have always distances between them. The surfaces are good connected only when I use “Face Blend”. I tried to reduce tolerances, but the problem still remains.
Surfaces are not connected.

What can I do to sew them?
Thanks in advance. :)

RE: Surfaces are not connected. What I have to do?

It would be best if you uploaded the model since while I think I know what's happening here, without actually seeing your model it would require a lot of hand-waving and back-and-forth to discover how you actually created your model, which makes a big difference with respect to what one would need to do next.

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RE: Surfaces are not connected. What I have to do?

Yes, I know... only with picture is difficult to say. For now I found а solution. Thank you for your answer.

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