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Connected lines not appearing as shapes in my F360 sketch

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dr_k6
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Connected lines not appearing as shapes in my F360 sketch

Hey there!

My lines on this sketch are connected, but they are not showing as an extrudable shape, and I don't know why. I placed it on the plane, and not a planar face, and I already extruded the "rookie card" seal, although I am not sure whether that makes a difference. I tried reading a few support articles but they did not help very much. Does anyone else know? Feel free to tell me your ideas!

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davebYYPCU
in reply to: dr_k6

Hide the canvass.

Edit your sketch, in the right hand side Sketch Pallet, 

Show Profile or similar - tick box is ticked.

 

Might help….

Message 3 of 10
dr_k6
in reply to: davebYYPCU

Unfortunately that box was already checked...

I'll send a screen recording so you and other people smarter than me can try to detect problems.

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TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: dr_k6

@dr_k6 

Are there any white dots in your sketch?

Are there any blue lines in your sketch?

Can you File>Export your *.f3d file to your local drive and then Attach it here to a Reply?

 

Does click and drag reveal any missing connections?

Does divide and conquer technique reveal any gaps?

Message 5 of 10
dr_k6
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

yes, yes, and yes. Thanks so much for the help

 

not that i know of, and i have no idea what the divide and conquer technique is

Message 6 of 10
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: dr_k6

@dr_k6 

Hide the solid body.

What do you observe?

Message 7 of 10
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: dr_k6


@dr_k6 wrote:

My lines on this sketch are connected...


Which sketch are you referring too?

Sketch2?

TheCADWhisperer_0-1706838508116.png

or Sketch3?

TheCADWhisperer_1-1706838535164.png

 

Sketch3 is on the Back side of your solid body...

TheCADWhisperer_0-1706838684430.png

 

What happens if you turn the View Cube to the Back

or

do a longggg left click in the profile from the Front?

TheCADWhisperer_1-1706838774687.png

 

Message 8 of 10
dr_k6
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

It was Sketch 3. I just couldn't see it because I put the sketch on the plane and not the planar face, therefore until I hid the rectangle it was unselectable. Thanks for your help!

Message 9 of 10
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: dr_k6


@dr_k6 wrote:

.... until I hid the rectangle it was unselectable. 


It was still selectable.

Do a longggg left click in the profile.

What do you observe?

Message 10 of 10
dr_k6
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

It was selectable, just harder to do. Nice catch. By the way, thanks for making me work for this. If you hadn't made me figure it out, I probably would've done it again. But not this time. Appreciate your help.

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