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Removed surface bodies show up in 2D drawing

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product-ID
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Removed surface bodies show up in 2D drawing

Hello everyone, I encounter strange things when making a 2D drawing of an (complicated) assembly. Fusion shows all kinds of surface bodies (that were used during the modelling) that are no longer in the part. The surface bodies were removed and are no longer visible or selectable in 3D. What could be the cause of these surface bodies showing up in 2D drawings? I already regenerated the complete main assembly till the end of the feature tree. Another problem that I have, the product is a "freeform" shape and Fusion sometimes doesn't show contour lines and radius edges or shows only part of them.

 

All suggestions welcome!

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g-andresen
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Hi,

Please share the file.

File > export > save as f3d on local drive  > attach to post.

 

günther

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product-ID
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Uploading the file is a bit of a problem. The product is new and I don't think my client would be pleased if I were to post all information online, I'm afraid...

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product-ID
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SOLVED, a few surface bodies that were hidden and suppressed still showed up in the drawing. I now removed them completely and now they don't show anymore in the drawing. Still very strange that these surfaces could not be suppressed in the drawing without removing them completely.

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g-andresen
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@product-ID wrote:

I now removed them completely 


This is not necessary.
Simply hide its visibility in the drawing browser.

 

hide visibility.gif

 

günther

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