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mariappan.u
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STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

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12-06-2011 02:32 AM

Hi all,

 

I have stp file to convert sheetmetal flat pattern.i can convert some portion but i cant convert particular portions.

 

see attached file.

 

 

waitng for solution.

 

 

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JDMather
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Re: STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

12-06-2011 04:43 AM in reply to: mariappan.u

mariappan.u wrote:

 

waitng for solution.

  


You might be waiting a while - of course Inventor will not unfold a jpg image. 

You will need to attach the ipt file here.

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Re: STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

12-06-2011 08:00 PM in reply to: JDMather

I CANT ATTACH STP FILE IN THIS FORUM

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Re: STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

12-07-2011 04:09 AM in reply to: mariappan.u

Right click on the file name and select Send to Compressed (zipped) Folder

and attach the resulting *.zip file here

or

attach the translated *.ipt file here.

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Re: STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

12-08-2011 05:20 PM in reply to: mariappan.u

here is the attachment.

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Re: STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

12-09-2011 05:05 AM in reply to: mariappan.u

If you look in this area from the right side this face (and I assume the opposite face) is warped.

This was hard to see from the jpg you originally posted.

 

You will have to Delete Face and rebuild that area of the part. 

 

Warped Faces.png

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Re: STP FILE SHEETMETAL FLAT PATTERN

12-09-2011 06:56 AM in reply to: JDMather

Considering manufacturing tolerance - perhaps this is close enough.

 

 

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