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Home / Open CASCADE / Technical overview / Modeling algorithms / Sewing / Local Sewing

Local Sewing

In case when a shape still has some unsewed faces or edges after sewing, it is possible to use local sewing with a greater tolerance.

Local sewing is especially good for open shells.
Local sewing allows to sew a hole in one part of the shape and to keep a required hole smaller than the specified working tolerance for local sewing. Local sewing is much faster than sewing on the whole shape.

All pre-existing connections of the whole shape are kept after local sewing.





 
 

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