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"Move Body" also copies bodies randomly

Question asked by Sergey Feingold on Aug 14, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 15, 2018 by Dan Pihlaja

Here's an interesting one. I've got a bunch of pins that come from a table-driven pattern. As-is, they're all in-plane, but some of them need to be shifted up or down. The easiest way to do this is just to move the bodies. Each pin consists of one solid and one surface body. You can see in the attached image that the pins in the "counterbores" are slightly recessed - this is due to the move body command. However you can also see on the left side that some of the bodies have been copied and moved. These bodies all came from the same pattern, and there is a single "move body" command where all of them were selected. But some of them were copied (leaving the original bodies in place) while some were moved like I wanted.

 

I can go in and delete the extra bodies and all is well, but this is Yet. Another. Kludge.

 

No, the "copy" checkbox is not ticked.

 

Any idea what's going on?

 

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