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  • Tim Heeney

    What does 'Component 1' have as geometry?  Is this a solid or surface?

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  • Martijn Nobel

    I think a solid. Where can i see that?

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  • Tim Heeney

    By expanding the 'component' , all of it children are listed.

     

    RMB on its name, select 'expand'

    or,

    select small triangle to the left of the component name to expand and again to collaspe / close.

    Components can have just a single item or any combination of the following: solids, surfaces, curves and points, reference lines, datums axes etc.

    Components may also be empty - there is a command 'delete empty components' accessed by RMB when selecting either  Top file name or any component in the structure tree.

     

    Looking at your structure tree, all those components i see are 'ticked' indicating they're visible. To my 'eyes', it looks like a surface with many holes.

    Do you have the additional DSM data exchange module ?

    Regards.

     

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  • Martijn Nobel

    its an imported step model

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  • Tim Heeney

    yes,

    What does 'Component 1' have as geometry? Is this a solid or surface?

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  • Martijn Nobel

    a solid

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  • Tim Heeney

    Sorry Martijn, i'm not knowledgable enough to help you further.

     

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  • Martijn Nobel

    ok np, tnx for the help!

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  • Jacant

    You may have inadvertently used the 'Clip with Volume' tool.

    Right click the Solid and use the tool with the 'Clear' option.

    If you only see 'Set' available, then you do not have the tool active.

    If that does not work. You could try this.

    Right click 'Component 1' in the structure tree and 'Open Component' this will open it in it's own file window. Check here if the problem still exists

    Why are the other Components not visible?

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  • Martijn Nobel

    Thats the whole point, when i change the view to HLR nothing is visible anymore. (the yellow part is just visible because i hovered my mouse over it)

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  • Tim Heeney

    Martijn.

    Try what Jacant says...Jacant is probably the biggest knowledgeable contributor to DSM forum help.

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  • Martijn Nobel

    I think i managed to fix the issue, there was a problem with the model. I fixed it in SpaceClaim with the automatic tools. And then everything was fine.

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  • Tim Heeney

    Martijn,

     

    Good...

     

    Are you a Spaceclaim user asking the DSM community for assistance ?

     

    Doesn't really matter to me of course... just curious, and bye the way, what was the matter with the model ?

     

    I enquired about getting full Spaceclaim myself some weeks ago - Ansys passed me over to a UK  VAR, 'support' i was told, is only forum based ! I suppose it can work quite well with intelligent, knowledgeable individuals who like to chat and have the time.

    Anyway, glad your issue is resolved.

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  • Martijn Nobel

    no i am not.

    I use DesignSpark. But we also have spaceclaim here.

    And in DSM you do not have the ability to repair, and in spaceclaim you do... so 1 and 1 is 2...

    There were some issues with the geometry in the model.

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  • Jacant

    The geometry can be 'Checked'  in V4 but not fixed automatically. It will just show you what and where the errors are.

    Sometimes it is not helpful at all as in the second image.

    Glad you fixed your model.

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  • DesignSpark Mechanical

    Tim Heeney said:

    Hi Jacant,

    Before i moan about DSM not having an automatic repair function, i should remember that neither did my other software systems of past years. 
    If the Check Geometry function is sufficient to find any error thus allowing a manual repair operation to fix the issue, then 
    that's OK with me. DSM + Drawing and Exchange modules isn't expensive as a working tool of business.

    I have no idea if 'Check Geometry' would have found the error in this case though.

    Tim

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