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dawnsflorence
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Registered: ‎10-19-2012
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Inventor 2010 Shrinkwrap issues in presentations

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10-19-2012 12:17 PM

Just recently transitioned to Inv 2010 and are trying to use the feature of shrinkwrapping an .iam into an .ipt.  However, when trying to tweak the new .ipt, we are getting the following message:

 

No tweak will be created for component with no solid body.

 

Any suggestions or hotfixes for this issue?

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4donwan4
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Registered: ‎10-17-2012
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Re: Inventor 2010 Shrinkwrap issues in presentations

10-23-2012 06:29 AM in reply to: dawnsflorence

When you select the shrink-wrap command, and then choose the location you want to save the part. The next thing that comes up will be the shrink-wrap options dialog box. In the upper left there are three options, the default is a composite surface. If this is what was selected then you shrink-wrapped the assembly as a surface and the reason why the presentation file cannot tweak this part file (exported when shrink-wrapped). You will need to try the other two options, either option will create a solid body and you should be able to use this in the presentation. I have attached the dialog box for reference.

 

Regards,

 

Don

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