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fleece.design
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Shell and loft problem

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03-12-2012 06:24 AM

I have a model of a boat coming from Adesk Fusion but I am unable to make a shell to be able to place objects in the boat (give it a thickness). That is why i tried to make a new loft, but the loft is also failing.

 

Can somebody help me with this urgent problem?

 

The file can be found as attachment

A solution to this problem was to reinterpolate the curves in 3ds Max. Afterwards it was possible to load that model in Inventor Fusion to patch and merge the faces. Finally the model was succesfully loaded in Inventor!

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JDMather
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Re: Shell and loft problem

03-12-2012 12:42 PM in reply to: fleece.design

A quality check returns an error.
A simple Extrude of Sketch1 fails (if an extrude fails, then a loft is not likely).

 

I would start over from scratch in Inventor.

This is going to be a challenging design to complete in Inventor.

 

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Re: Shell and loft problem

08-09-2012 07:28 AM in reply to: JDMather

A solution to this problem was to reinterpolate the curves in 3ds Max. Afterwards it was possible to load that model in Inventor Fusion to patch and merge the faces. Finally the model was succesfully loaded in Inventor!

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