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Error: The Break Link operation will be aborted due to cyclic dependency error. Please report this issue to Autodesk!

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woodworker96
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Error: The Break Link operation will be aborted due to cyclic dependency error. Please report this issue to Autodesk!

Hello - I keep receiving the "cyclic dependency" error whenever I try to break the link from an imported design. I have tried starting a new design/file, but nothing seems to work. Any information you could provide would be much appreciated.  Thanks you.

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jhackney1972
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Please attach the model you are trying to import.  Use the Attachment section below.  If you need to ZIP it first, do so.


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woodworker96
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Thanks for getting back to me.  Attached is an f3z file of the model I am working with.

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jhackney1972
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I think this will give you want you need.  The Scribe-A-Loo model is inserted twice in your model, one on top of the other but you probably already know that.  I cannot explain the cyclic issue but the attached model achieved the same result.


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woodworker96
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Yes, that worked. Thanks so much. Can I ask what you did to fix the drawing/model? I started a new design, imported the existing model, and still ran into the same problem.

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jhackney1972
in reply to: woodworker96

If you are inserting the same model, Scribe-A-Loo, this had the cyclic dependency in it.  If this model is needed, use the Insert Derive command, select the Scribe-A-Loo sub-assembly, (select the complete assembly from the Browser) and place it in your top level assembly.  If you need to access the sub-assembly to modify it, you can select the Derive icon in the timeline and right mouse click and choose Break Link.  It will become a regular sub-assembly.


"If you find my answer solved your question, please select the Accept Solution icon"

John Hackney
Retired

Beyond the Drafting Board


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jhackney1972
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If my Forum post solved your question, please select the "Accept Solution" icon to do three things. First it allows others to find a solution to a similar question, two, it closes the Forum post and last, it acknowledges that you accept the solution given. If you need further help, please ask.


"If you find my answer solved your question, please select the Accept Solution icon"

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