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Some defect in the Optimize option.

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I thought that it was important to know to everyone who is engaged in the modeling of complex surfaces with high accuracy. Often faced with the fact that after a while my model was no longer symmetrical and accurate. It turns out that if you often use the optimization function, point shifts and surface distortion occur.

I have a number of points from two sides at some distance. When using the optimize function, I expect that they will be sewn in one row exactly in the middle. But this is not happening.



The same problem occurs when using the Connect object and its weld function.



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