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kmckenney
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"No visible, unadaptive sketches" message

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05-23-2013 03:57 PM

My .ipt file has a shared sketch that is visible and not adpitive.

But When I attempt to make a second extrution from the sketch, a message says, "No visible, unadaptive sketches".

I could create another sketch, but I want to learn how Inventor is woking becuase I have had this error before.

 

The file is attached (I am trying to extrude from the "binder" sketch).

 

Thank you.

 

I just tried it and it worked for me.  Although in the part you attached, the binder sketch was invisible, so I had to make it visible first.  But I don't know why it won't work for you...

 

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Cameron Whetten
Inventor 2012

Turn visibility on first?

I see both "tube" and "binder" are invisible - the message says "No visible, unadaptive sketches"...

 

-Sami Harada

Inventor framework QA

Autodesk, Inc.

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Re: "No visible, unadaptive sketches" message

05-23-2013 04:07 PM in reply to: kmckenney

I just tried it and it worked for me.  Although in the part you attached, the binder sketch was invisible, so I had to make it visible first.  But I don't know why it won't work for you...

 

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Cameron Whetten
Inventor 2012

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Re: "No visible, unadaptive sketches" message

05-23-2013 04:21 PM in reply to: kmckenney

Turn visibility on first?

I see both "tube" and "binder" are invisible - the message says "No visible, unadaptive sketches"...

 

-Sami Harada

Inventor framework QA

Autodesk, Inc.

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kmckenney
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Re: "No visible, unadaptive sketches" message

05-23-2013 04:28 PM in reply to: samiharada

Now I understand; "visible" doesn't just mean I can see the sketch, it means "Visibility" has a check mark.

 

Thank you for getting me through this newbie question.

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