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Question re meaning of self-intersecting
Hi, One surface is defined to a sketch plane. The same surface shape, slightly rotated, is defined to a parallel sketch plane. Both surfaces have the same number of vertices and the two surfaces do not share a common axis of rotation. A loft between the two, using matching vertices, does not regenerate properly due to a self-intersecting body error. Can someone explain what is meant by this? I do not understand how sketches on parallel planes can cause anything to self-intersect. Thank you. Leslie