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    We propose an Euler transformation that transforms a given [Formula: see text]-dimensional cell complex [Formula: see text] for [Formula: see text] into a new [Formula: see text]-complex [Formula: see text] in which every vertex is part of the same even number of edges. Hence every vertex in the graph [Formula: see text] that is the [Formula: see text]-skeleton of [Formula: see text] has an even degree, which makes [Formula: see text] Eulerian, i.e., it is guaranteed to contain an Eulerian tour. Meshes whose edges admit Eulerian tours are crucial in coverage problems arising in several applications including 3D printing and robotics. For [Formula: see text]-complexes in [Formula: see text] ([Formula: see text]) under mild assumptions (that no two adjacent edges of a [Formula: see text]-cell in [Formula: see text] are boundary edges), we show that the Euler transformed [Formula: see text]-complex [Formula: see text] has a geometric realization in [Formula: see text], and that each vertex in its [Formula: see text]-skeleton has degree [Formula: see text]. We bound the numbers of vertices, edges, and [Formula: see text]-cells in [Formula: see text] as small scalar multiples of the corresponding numbers in [Formula: see text]. We prove corresponding results for [Formula: see text]-complexes in [Formula: see text] under an additional assumption that the degree of a vertex in each [Formula: see text]-cell containing it is [Formula: see text]. In this setting, every vertex in [Formula: see text] is shown to have a degree of [Formula: see text]. We also present bounds on parameters measuring geometric quality (aspect ratios, minimum edge length, and maximum angle of cells) of [Formula: see text] in terms of the corresponding parameters of [Formula: see text] for [Formula: see text]. Finally, we illustrate a direct application of the proposed Euler transformation in additive manufacturing. 
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