The example shows a curved beam with an I-Shape cross section being tessellated with a fine mesh. Figure 477 and Figure 478 display the rendering in a target application.

NOTE  The density of the mesh depends on the algorithm used by the application. In general it is recommended to not use an overly fine mesh to minimize data set sizes. The mesh density of the example is already very high.

The example shows a tessellation without adding the normals at each vertex to the data set.

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Figure 477 — tessellated curved beam visualized with edges visible

Figure 478 — tessellated curved beam visualized without edges

NOTE  There is no color information within the file, the displayed color has been set by the target application as a default.