This feature doesn't show up in my tree, its unwanted, and I have closed and opened the files and it persists. I also can not click on the fillet face.
I am not sure what service pack you are using, but I opened your file in SOLIDWORKS 2019 SP03 and hit ctrl-q (force rebuild) and the problem went away. This may have been a bug in the modeler in the earlier service pack that you are using.
Also, the Up to Next option is usually used to cut through a portion of the model, but stop before going all the way through the model. So, I would recommend using Through All instead of Up to Next in this situation. That may work in the service pack you are using without issues.
When in doubt - ctrl Q
I can confirm what Jim Wilkinson wrote....ctrl+q solves the unwanted fillet....that may be the reason you can't click on the fillet face because there is none..:)
What GPU or graphics card are you using?
Or could also be that your drivers are not up to date.
Alan Gavidia wrote: What GPU or graphics card are you using? Or could also be that your drivers are not up to date.
Alan Gavidia wrote:
This isn't a graphics issue. The edges that shouldn't be there ARE physically there and are selectable, so something went wrong in the modeler itself which doesn't use the GPU. I'd be curious to here from Matt Ewing what service pack he is using and whether Ctrl-q fixes it or not. If not, it is definitely a problem with the service pack and updating to the latest one is the solution.
Ctrl-Q fixes it in 2019 SP2 as well.
..yep,.. and I can confirm the fillet topology is translated/imported in other programs as well.
Are there reasons why some users may not update their Service Packs?
Same reason as this:
ECO Friendly service pack!?
Real reasons for not updating Service Packs:
- IT or Manangement not giving the go ahead
- Subscription period ended. Or has Solidworks changed that and does one now get all the SP's from the version one has no matter if and when ones subscription ended?
I opened the Part and played with it a little bit. Like the others, a Ctrl+Q fixed the issue, but as I worked with it I would repeatedly get the Rebuild icon on the Cut-extrude feature and its sketch, and a simple rebuild using the icon wouldn't make it go away. I don't have anything to base this on, other than a long-standing aversion to sketch patterns, but I have a feeling that sketch is the cause of the issue. I deleted the feature and sketch, created a single hole with a new sketch and feature...
...and patterned it to create the others (it could have also been done with the Hole Wizard, but would have taken a little more time to get a sketch set up for it).
This workflow has an added benefit of using the "Pattern Driven Component Pattern" if these holes will be used for hardware or other component in an Assembly.
Thanks everyone for the responses! Ctrl+Q did fix it, but not "rebuild". I do indeed have 2019, sp2. I also mow my front lawn, Josh. Thanks all!
Matt Ewing wrote: Thanks everyone for the responses! Ctrl+Q did fix it, but not "rebuild". I do indeed have 2019, sp2. I also mow my front lawn, Josh. Thanks all!
Matt Ewing wrote:
Just to avoid misunderstanding... The grass thing was halfway tongue in cheek, halfway self-reflective. Honestly, I don't always keep up with the service packs, and laziness is indeed one of the reasons. There are indeed legit reasons though. I usually wait until at least SP2 to upgrade (for production at least) unless there's some new bell/whistle that I'll actually use. Beyond that, as long as I'm not running into specific issues (like the view linking to BOM debacle of SW19 SP1 AND 2), I often leave well enough alone. Sometimes SPs have regressions where things actually break that worked in a previous SP.
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