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stopping a mesh without stopping creo

dilgert
1-Newbie

stopping a mesh without stopping creo

I started a mesh with either too small of element or too restrictive element angle settings.  It is taking forever (already over 70 minutes)  Is there a way of stopping this in creo without an  "end task" in task manager?


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dilgert
1-Newbie
(To:Chris3)

Chris:

I am sorry but I really do not think you actually ever read my questions before answering them.  I am not running a simulation, I am meshing.  The correct answer to my question it to click on the stop sign on the bottom bar in creo which brings up a box which allows one to abort the mesh.

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Chris3
21-Topaz I
(To:dilgert)

You can end msengine.exe and it will end the simulation but not kill Creo. msengine.exe has nothing to do with Microsoft. It is the Mechanica Solver (Simulate).

dilgert
1-Newbie
(To:Chris3)

Chris:

I am sorry but I really do not think you actually ever read my questions before answering them.  I am not running a simulation, I am meshing.  The correct answer to my question it to click on the stop sign on the bottom bar in creo which brings up a box which allows one to abort the mesh.

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