Can I make this part solid rather than transparent?
Can you be more specific and maybe attach some screenshots or the files?
You say, this part.... we say, which part??
In the part file you can right click a feature and select "Change Transparency"
In the assembly file you can right click the part in the feature tree and select "Change Transparency"
In the part file you can edit the appearance and change the transparency value
Not this one, that one.
thank you, John, I can able to transparent the object all three-way. Thank you very much for your time.
Can you also able in giving me correct answer
John I am not the question owner. Question owner, Matt Colzone, has to check mark on your answer if he decided. I am a learner, but I really appreciate your answer, I tried on the part and its works fine and I learn something new. Thank you.
Turn off transparent.
Is your part solid?
If not, make it solid.
Frederick Law wrote: Is your part solid?
Frederick Law wrote:
The way to check that is to use a very sharp skewer and a small mallet. The first key in making sure you have the right part is to open it in another window and position it in the ISO view in your screen, then hit the "F" key, then try to get as close to the center point of the model, (you could add the COG symbol), hold the skewer and try to get the pointy end as close the center of the model, basically as close as possible, then take the mallet and give the skewer one hard wack, if it goes through the screen with one tap, the model wasn't solid, if it takes 3 or 4 wacks, then it was solid... Disclaimer if you don't do this right your effed...
I don't know what "this part" is, but if it's in an Assembly and someone has made it transparent, right-click on it and choose the "Change Transparency" icon.
If it's in a Part file, expand the Solid Bodies folder to the body, right-click on it, and choose "Change Transparency" from the drop-down.
If neither of those work then please post the files, or at least give us a little more to work with. It's difficult to help when given so little information.
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