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tdrawdy
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Registered: ‎12-11-2003
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Adaptive design and sheet metal

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11-07-2002 10:44 PM
Has anyone had problems with the adaptive design in relation to sheet metal products? It seems that if I have more than 2 flanges, the part will not adapt to the mating part. I would chalk it up to operator error had I not taken several different approaches but I am not going to rule that out.
*Radish, Gary
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Re: Adaptive design and sheet metal

11-08-2002 12:16 AM in reply to: tdrawdy
I love the adaptive design in sheet metal I have
not experienced your issue I have not had a problem. I would make sure your sub
features are set to adaptive in the part your trying to make grow


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Has
anyone had problems with the adaptive design in relation to sheet metal
products? It seems that if I have more than 2 flanges, the part will not adapt
to the mating part. I would chalk it up to operator error had I not taken
several different approaches but I am not going to rule that
out.
Distinguished Contributor
tdrawdy
Posts: 236
Registered: ‎12-11-2003
Message 3 of 4 (40 Views)

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11-08-2002 12:38 AM in reply to: tdrawdy
I have set the features that will update to be adaptive. Do I need to set everything or just the features that I know will update?
*Hendey, Matt
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Re: Adaptive design and sheet metal

11-08-2002 02:17 AM in reply to: tdrawdy
If the part is grounded, then it my not update. You
will get an error. It seams to be the case in a lot of cases
anyways.

 

Matt


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Has
anyone had problems with the adaptive design in relation to sheet metal
products? It seems that if I have more than 2 flanges, the part will not adapt
to the mating part. I would chalk it up to operator error had I not taken
several different approaches but I am not going to rule that
out.
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