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Applying Hatch manually

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rajugupta8200
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Applying Hatch manually

How to apply hatching if it not generated automatically?

 

I am trying to cut the section at the center, but the hatching is not generated, If I move the position of section line away from center then hatching is generated.

 

Hatch.gif

I tried to check the section view in 3D, the body is fully solid and there is no sheet body  at center. section.gif

I am attaching the file, please find is there any error in my file.

 

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@rajugupta8200 

This appears to be imported geometry.

Did you run Validate?

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I checked the body in Autodesk Inventor Professional - and this is what I found...

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@rajugupta8200 

Try the Attached file.

 

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@TheCADWhisperer 

Thanks for the response,

 

I downloaded the file what you uploaded (Whisper - Repaired Body.f3d) opened it and moved to the drawing workspace and again having the same issue with hatching.

 

Is there any alternate geometry checking method in Fusion 360.

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@rajugupta8200 

Can you request a file with history?

Show the source the obvious geometry issue that I found.  

With something so obvious not noticed - I suspect that there are other issues.

Can you remodel the geometry from scratch?

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