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willow79
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PVC Isogen....

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05-06-2010 07:44 PM
Hi there,

Is there any reason a to why a PVC Concentric Reducer will not isogen, but still showing as connected within the model environment? My isos come back as failed and i have isolated the problem to the reducer. Can anyone help

Kind regards
Rich
*Peter Quinn
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Re: PVC Isogen....

05-07-2010 08:39 AM in reply to: willow79
Willow,

Instead of running Isogen, generate a PCF file and post it here. I will try
to figure out what's happening from the PCF. My guess is that it doesn't
have the right SKEY, but it could be something else.

Peter Quinn (Autodesk)
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Hi there,

Is there any reason a to why a PVC Concentric Reducer will not isogen, but
still showing as connected within the model environment? My isos come back
as failed and i have isolated the problem to the reducer. Can anyone help

Kind regards
Rich

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