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Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 1:40:43 PM | triangulate masses

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does anyone have a good idea on how to form triangluate surafce in masses as so many do it in sketchup?

i have trtied the add face and profile -0 but this doesn't help me split the foace to two trianl;es to elimenate the warped surface

 

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