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SERGE
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎11-21-2005
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CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

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09-28-2006 06:01 AM
Everytime I try to place a #8 machine screw type II screw from the content center I get a Design Accelerator Doctor error saying: "Modeling: Failed to insert a part into assembly!".
But if I place a Type I machine screw it works fine. Also if I replace the Type I screw with the Type II (the one I have a problem with) it replaces it no problem. So basically if I want to place a #8 Type II screw I have to place a Type I and then replace it with the Type II.. Anyone else have this problem?
*Lukas Polansky \(Autodesk\)
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Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

09-29-2006 04:36 AM in reply to: SERGE
Hello Serge,

can you please post:
- exact standard of the bolt - I tried all Countersunk bolts Type II, Thread
Description #8 and couldn't reproduce your problem
- What is the Nominal Length, Thread Type and if applicable Head Diameter of
the bolt?

I will look at it and let you know.

Thanks and regards,
- Lukas

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Lukas Polansky
DAcc QA Engineer
Autodesk


wrote in message news:5343752@discussion.autodesk.com...
Everytime I try to place a #8 machine screw type II screw from the content
center I get a Design Accelerator Doctor error saying: "Modeling: Failed to
insert a part into assembly!".
But if I place a Type I machine screw it works fine. Also if I replace the
Type I screw with the Type II (the one I have a problem with) it replaces it
no problem. So basically if I want to place a #8 Type II screw I have to
place a Type I and then replace it with the Type II.. Anyone else have this
problem?
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SERGE
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎11-21-2005
Message 3 of 9 (753 Views)

Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

10-02-2006 11:33 AM in reply to: SERGE
It's the Cross Recessed Pan Head Machine Screw - Type II - Inch. Everytime I go to edit the screw before placing it I get the error.
*Lukas Polansky \(Autodesk\)
Message 4 of 9 (753 Views)

Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

10-11-2006 03:09 AM in reply to: SERGE
Hello Serge,

I am sorry for the delay. I am still not able reproduce it. Please try to
clear the CC cahce - browse to "c:\My Documents\Inventor\Content Center
Files\R11\en-US\Cross Recessed Pan Head Machine Screw - Type II - Inch"and
delete the Corss Recessed Pan Head Machine Screw.... folder. If it won't
help would you please let me know which sizes exactly have the problem or is
it all sizes? I know it's #8 but I am not sure which Nominal Length and
Thread Type is it.

Thanks and regards,
- Lukas

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Lukas Polansky
DAcc QA Engineer
Autodesk


wrote in message news:5347730@discussion.autodesk.com...
It's the Cross Recessed Pan Head Machine Screw - Type II - Inch. Everytime I
go to edit the screw before placing it I get the error.
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kevinbosch
Posts: 28
Registered: ‎08-03-2004
Message 5 of 9 (753 Views)

Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

12-19-2006 08:43 AM in reply to: SERGE
I REALIZE THIS THREAD IS A LITTLE OLD BUT I AM HAVING THE SAME TYPE ISSUE USING HEX BOLT OR HEX HEAD CAP SCREW. ARE THERE ANY SOLUTIONS OUT THERE
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mbaker
Posts: 45
Registered: ‎06-08-2007
Message 6 of 9 (699 Views)

Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

11-17-2010 07:58 PM in reply to: SERGE

Serge, yes I am having the same issue but with additional problems  - none of the Design Accel items will allow any creation. Just started today in a presentation, had never seen the errors or had any indication that a simple bolted connection would start this problem.

 

I've tested several other DA tool including the Shaft Gen and the roller chain and I always received the following..Design Accelerator Doctor, BTW have never seen this on a simple bolted connection..Or anything else...

Modeling: Failed to Create New Document?

 

What I have tried was unloading and reloading my Design Accelerator add-in's that did not work/help. I'm going to try a re-register  by running the RegisterDesignAccelerator.exe /uninstall  followed by the /install switch. I'm totally out of ideas, and cannot find any reason how or why this started...

 

Mike ????

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abhinavmasters
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎05-09-2012
Message 7 of 9 (501 Views)

Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

05-10-2012 10:14 AM in reply to: *Lukas Polansky \(Autodesk\)

Sir I am not able to design the shaft. I have opened the assembly and I wanted to deign shaft by using the design accelerator. Erros is :

 

Modelling: Failed to update the component "with some address of my working directory"

 

Attached is the error  

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RobJV
Posts: 534
Registered: ‎07-14-2004
Message 8 of 9 (492 Views)

Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

05-10-2012 05:12 PM in reply to: SERGE

Try finding that part in your CC folder, using Windows explorer, then delete it if it is there.

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abhinavmasters
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎05-09-2012
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Re: CONTENT CENTER / DESIGN ACCELERATOR DOCTOR, ERROR

05-11-2012 10:52 AM in reply to: RobJV

Thanks a lot sir. It is really helpful.

I wanted to add motor and encoder in my shaft design.

I don't know where I can add some standard motors and encoders in my design.

I tried seraching in internet, but couldn't found out.

 

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