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denick
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Drawing based .ipn shows trimming surfaces even visibility is turned off.

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10-01-2012 10:51 AM

Drawing based on .ipn shows (should not show) surfaces used to trim, even their visibility are turned off.

Drawing is normal if based on .iam.

Only one part of the assembly is the problem. Other parts, also with trimming surfaces, are shown normal.

Please see images in .pdf attached.  Thank you!

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jletcher
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Re: Drawing based .ipn shows trimming surfaces even visibility is turned off.

10-01-2012 11:01 AM in reply to: denick

Can you post the part that is doing this I will test on my machine see what I get.


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denick
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Re: Drawing based .ipn shows trimming surfaces even visibility is turned off.

10-02-2012 07:32 AM in reply to: jletcher

That simptom only happened when the .idw was generated from a .ipn that was generated with view representation of .iam set 'master'. Othervise it was normal, so I use now a view representation other than master to create .ipn for this assembly.

So I found this solution, and give this subject as solved.

Thank you Mr. James.

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