There is a fully defined sketch. Deleting a dimension in that sketch making the sketch over defined one. What will be the reason for that?
Are you able to post pictures of before and after the dimension delete?
Problem is I have repaired it by deleting the entire sketch and making a new sketch. Therefore I do not have screenshot of it. What I wish to know is whether you have encountered this type of situation.
I can't say that I really recall ever deleting a dimension and ending up being 'over-defined'. Of course, I've experienced other things that I may have done that lead to over-definition but not deleting a dimension as far as I remember, sorry!
Problem with that sketch was it was with equation driven curve as well. It was what made the different for that sketch.
I meet the same with complex 2d sketches and nearly simple 3D sketches even without any equation driven curves and other equations.
Please, read this article till the end to be more famililar with the math problems of geometric constraints solving
I`m sure you`ll get answer to your question there.
When you had a similar problem what you do?
I delete redundant constrain first, if it doesn`t help I delete some not very important elements of my sketch,after one or two deletions sketch becomes underconstrained and I add new geometry and constraints. Sometimes it is possible to use several more simple sketches than one complex.
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