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Orest_iy
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How to erase FEA files from assembly?

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04-09-2012 10:36 AM

Hello,

I used to use the Stress Analysis feature at my assembly.

Now I have copied it to another project and do not need this FEA info at copy.

I cannot just delete AIP folder since  Inventor claims of missing FEA files while opening.

Please advise how to erase those files info from this assembly file?

Best regards,

Orest Yavtushenko

Hi Orest,

 

  There are two ways that are provided here: FEA / Vault thread

 

  Add them here for your convenience:

 

1)  Delete the links in the modeling environment via Tools tab, Links command and save the model file

 

2)  In the Stress Analysis environment, in the Stress Analysis Settings dialog (not the Simulation properties dialog) uncheck 'Create OLE Link to Result Files' and save the model file

 

Hope this helps...

 

Thanks! -Hugh

 

 

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henderh
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Re: How to erase FEA files from assembly?

04-09-2012 12:47 PM in reply to: Orest_iy

Hi Orest,

 

  There are two ways that are provided here: FEA / Vault thread

 

  Add them here for your convenience:

 

1)  Delete the links in the modeling environment via Tools tab, Links command and save the model file

 

2)  In the Stress Analysis environment, in the Stress Analysis Settings dialog (not the Simulation properties dialog) uncheck 'Create OLE Link to Result Files' and save the model file

 

Hope this helps...

 

Thanks! -Hugh

 

 



Hugh Henderson
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Orest_iy
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Re: How to erase FEA files from assembly?

04-09-2012 11:53 PM in reply to: henderh

Yes

both ways are working

Thank you for advice

 

Regards,

Orest Yavtushenko

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