- select in the tree the feature "Kanülenlöcher" (that holds the tip)
- Use the Mesh menu to tesselate it (use the standard mesher and default settings)
result: You get 2 meshes, and both are identical. This must have been introduced recently. Up to now one only got one mesh of the body up to the tip.
Confirmed. Instead of tessellating the tip object you can select the Body feature because the tip is identical to the Body's shape.
- take the same example and try to export the mesh you created in case A to a file
- as filename use "Balgwand.FCStd" and press save
result: you get a warning that the file exists. But the logic should be that the dialog takes the given filename and adds the extension ".stl". So expected to end up with a file named "Balgwand.FCStd.stl"
Maybe I am wrong and the file dialog doesn't allow purposely filenames with 2 dots.
That's not a bug. On Windows we use the native file dialog (i.e. Qt internally uses that of the Win32 API) and it doesn't automatically add the suffix of the selected format list when you choose a file name. However, the suffix will be added as soon as you change the format filter after you have defined a file name. So, if you first choose the file name and then select STL Mesh the dialog automatically extends the file name to be Balgwand.FCStd.stl