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joining two very detailed and small parts together

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eoin_byrneWXUV8
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joining two very detailed and small parts together

so I need to join two parts together but they are very very detailed and small so anytime I try Fusion crashes. I would have designed it as one piece but it is just too complicated as a the two parts had to be designed using python to draw them. 

 

any suggestions would be appreciated 

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kellings
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Hi @eoin_byrneWXUV8 What method are you using to put the parts together? 

 

Thanks,

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
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eoin_byrneWXUV8
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I was using the modify then join where you select a tool body and the other
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Can you share the file so I can see if I can help? 

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there is the two STLS the only way i could join them was export them as stls into blender and join them there which is not ideal 

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I think I understand - so you want to make the 2 arcs into a semi-circle? 

Did you try to assemble them?

  1. Create a new design for the assembly and save it.
  2. Right click on one of the components in the data panel, then click "Insert into current design".
  3. Select a location for the component, then click ok.
  4. After the component is imported, it can be assembled by using the joint command

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would this not cause issues when trying to 3d print the part as a whole

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