Hello to everyone.
Has anyone faced this problem?Do you have any solution suggestions?
A drawing from a customer.
See attached videova, part is attached.
Thank you to everyone who helped in advance.
I just looked at this model,
It not a faulty face it looks like the face is set to transparent.
If you hover over the face which is not there and press the shift button,
you should be able to select the missing face and you can then right click and change transparency.
You should be all set then
Hope this helps James
Problem is not mentioned.
I think the video is enough.A short explanation.A sheet metal of 2mm thickness does not have a single surface.
I have had those issues on occasion. They cause quite a stir in drawings since SW doesn't flag them as parts with errors. Causing drawing views to remain in draft mode. And no error flag in either model or drawing. Really tricky if you have such a part buried in subs of large assemblies.Most often with sheetmetal bodies however. But regular components can also be affected. SW will show the error only if you run evaluate and check for faulty faces with the "stringent" option selected.
I have had luck pulling back the feature tree and going back down and it would resolve the issue. Sometimes you can delete the sheetmetal feature and redo the part. Sometimes you need to fully remodel the part from scratch. No other way around it.
Sorry. It's an odd thing and I have not been able to reproduce the error although I must have had a couple dozen of those over the last few years.
Elmar Klammer wrote:..........................Sorry. It's an odd thing and I have not been able to reproduce the error although I must have had a couple dozen of those over the last few years.
Elmar Klammer wrote:
Thank you for the answer.I have experienced the same problem many times and could not find a solution (a pointless error | a reason without reason)And I had to redraw the piece everywhere.I wanted to try my luck at the SW forum. thank you again for your interest.
It is strange but I have fixed it. But I do not know whether it is correct. Have a copy of the part and flatten it form the copy.
Maha Nadarasa wrote: It is strange but I have fixed it. But I do not know whether it is correct. Have a copy of the part and flatten it form the copy.
Maha Nadarasa wrote:
Thank you for the answer.I am currently using SW2018, I could not examine your file.But after 15 days, we will switch to SW2020 and then I will review.I will try the method I mentioned on Monday in SW2018.
You do not need latest version. You can try this in you 2018v file.
I have done Sheet Metal with many features. When I rolled back and edit a sketch I usually saw only sketch belongs to that particular feature but here I can see many points in the sketch. I do know what are those points.
Another way make a copy and combine it.
James Giddings wrote: Hi ömürI just looked at this model, ...........Hope this helps James
James Giddings wrote:
Thank you so much James Giddings
After seeing your answer, I laughed a lot myself today. How could I not have noticed such a blatant mistake.Sometimes my brain gives an "out of memory" error. LOL.
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