The data is computer scanned and it is very good if the solid body and the facet body match each other as much as possible.
My acceptable tolerance is that the sharp edges on the STL wing are preserved as much as possible after being converted to a solid body. In other words, in the file you sent, the sharp ridges near the Trailing edge of the STL wing become almost round after turning into a solid body. Also, the sharp edges on the upper and lower surfaces of the STL wing are slightly rounded after turning into a solid body. Is there a way to increase the accuracy of the skin tool? Will increasing the number of samples from 50 to more values be useful and effective?
I drew the air domain completely tangent to the wing in the direction of thickness in Design Modeler and Spaceclaim. I encountered an error when subtracting the wing from the air domain. But when I drew the domain from both sides of the wing to a value of 0.1 smaller, I managed to subtract the wing from the air domain. Is it possible to subtract the wing without making the domain smaller on both sides?
I would be grateful if you could record a video of the ‘solid filled wing’ and send it to for me. (I would like you to record the steps of doing it from the beginning and step by step for me in this video, and if there is a method that increases the accuracy of matching surfaces with STL facets , please teach me , I would appreciate it)