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    Just starting to use 4.2. The question I have is why do I have to select surfaces on the model in order to generate a linear open or closed scan? Was using 3.7mr3 and only had to select surfaces for perimeter scans. Am I missing something or is it necessary to select surfaces for all scanning in 4.2. Thanks in advance.

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    The scaning has changed a bit, the best is that you can use UV scan across multiple surfaces(finally).





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      Originally posted by scanner View Post
      Just starting to use 4.2. The question I have is why do I have to select surfaces on the model in order to generate a linear open or closed scan? Was using 3.7mr3 and only had to select surfaces for perimeter scans. Am I missing something or is it necessary to select surfaces for all scanning in 4.2. Thanks in advance.
      My only guess is that it makes for a smoother, more sure footed scan? That is what I have seen so far. And what Cumofo said

      On the topic of scanning. I had a problem today scanning in 4.2. I thought it might be 4.2, but after careful inspection of the problem it turned out that I had a small piece of dirt between the magnetic cap and the body of the probe.
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