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richiesuk
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reproducible angle constrain issue inv 2013 pro SP1

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09-24-2012 01:18 AM

I just set up an angle constrain with min and max values (explicit vector) and when I grab and move the part inv will crash, it happened 2 times after restart too...

 

I have inv2013 Pro with the latest SP1 installed - win7 ultimate

 

Ric

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Yijiang.Cai
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Re: reproducible angle constrain issue inv 2013 pro SP1

09-24-2012 02:10 AM in reply to: richiesuk

When using the components to follow your steps, it is not reproducible. Maybe it is related to the dataset you have. So could you attach the dataset or send me @ river-yijiang.cai@autodesk.com? Tha will help us for further investigation.

Thanks,
River Cai

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stanislav.sedlak
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Re: reproducible angle constrain issue inv 2013 pro SP1

09-24-2012 05:46 AM in reply to: richiesuk

Hi,

I tried it reproduce according to your description, but I don't have crash on my machine.

Maybe it sounds related to your dataset. So could you attach the dataset for further investigation?

 

Stanislav

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johnsonshiue
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Re: reproducible angle constrain issue inv 2013 pro SP1

09-24-2012 09:48 AM in reply to: richiesuk

Hi! This might be a known issue with this particular workflow. I need to see the exact dataset to confirm. Does it happen on R2013 also? If yes, more than likely it is the same case.

While the issue is still being investigated, you can try the following to avoid the crash.

 

1. Try grounding one of the components.

2. Try to reduce degrees of freedom in the assembly.

 

Thanks!

 



Johnson Shiue (johnson.shiue@autodesk.com)
Senior Principal SQA Engineer, Inventor
Mechanical Design
Autodesk, Inc.

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