How about a legitimate question about Resample to Dataset.

I am trying to take a cylindrical membrane surface and Resample it’s variables onto a copy of it that has been rotated.

So, Input is the original cylinder, which is discretized every 2 degrees, and Source is a copy of the original cylinder that has been rotated by 0.5 degrees.

The "Compute Tolerance has to be increased to 0.02 in order to get a reasonable distribution on the rotated geometry. What is this tolerance, is it a physical distance, and how do I determine a reasonable value a priori? What bad things would happen if I used a non-optimized value (i.e., too large of a tolerance)?

The Computed Tolerance must be very small because I get a very bad distribution on the rotated geometry (almost single value)

Thanks for any help.

Dennis