no feature "side" doesn't show (everything is unsuppressed and unhidden)
can't you right click on the first feature (side) and select Show (the eye)?
I get this nonsense quite a bit, never sure why? maybes from hiding bodies in assembly context.
I think it's a bug.
anyway CTRL-Q normally fixes it.
As Theo states try using the eye .. sometimes using the body icons in the flyout doesn't work and Hide/Show is only way.
I don't have 'in assembly context' just 4 bodies in the part. Tried the Ctrl-Q, didn't fix it.
I just had a closer look at your image. I thought you could see the model edges of the body - this would be similar to the problem I encounter- but it appears what I can see is your sketch.
Also reading your annotation 'disappears after cut' indicates that you have cut it away and it isn't hidden - it's gone!
You'll need to edit the cut feature to see whats going on.
Unfortunately the most recent version I have access to is 2018 so I cannot open your model to see for myself.
Can you show screenshot with "Cut-Extrude14" in edit mode?
It's a simple element and you unnecessarily (in my opinion) turned off the "merge" option
What was the problem Maha ?
And Steven Winoker ... your work flow create problems.
Delete marked Rounds from Extrude feature.
Add it at finish with all needed edges
Simply saying work is not clean. If work is not clean you can upset the software because it is dumb. If you want, I can upload a video to see. What is the maximum time limit permitted for a video?
Its ok Maha don't go to all that trouble on my account. Well done!
..yes... it should show you a set of bodies with that cut but imho,.. don't do that with Sketch5.. bcuz that last cut is assuming multiple boundaries which are line-to-line.. .. and, I know.. everyone seems to be doing this but.. try not to do everything with one sketch.. you can easily copy-edge Sketch3 again (sketch6) and do your cut with an intended boundary.
Hi Steven Winoker
I agree with paul.
See attached video.
there is no CUT-EXTRUDE 14" in the feature tree.
What video? He didn't attach a video.
Here's the correct part YET Cut-Extrude 4 has error that contains geometry that no longer exists (this isn't a deal breaker). I've reviewed it but can't find any dangling entities and certainly don't want to modify the model in fear of making the situation more problematic.
Steven Winoker wrote: What video? He didn't attach a video.
Steven Winoker wrote:
You cannot see videos on the inbox page.you should come to the subject's own page.
Steven Winoker wrote: Here's the correct part YET Cut-Extrude 4 has error that contains geometry that no longer exists (this isn't a deal breaker). I've reviewed it but can't find any dangling entities and certainly don't want to modify the model in fear of making the situation more problematic. Any suggestions?
Hi Steven Winoker
This means it cannot find the surface it was locked on before. delete the mark and corner again if necessary.
Yes, I looked at it this morning. That sketch had relationships hidden is why. Found it, deleted it, now runs perfectly.
I am stuck now on a new feature. My thought process is to go with the LOFTED BOSS, creating 2 new planes (PLANE 3 AND 4) that are eyeballed to correspond to the bottom and top needed profiles to create the LOFTED BOSS.
The 2 profiles I created have relationships tied to coincidence of SKETCH 1.
Something tells me, there's got to be an easier way around this.
I am now stuck at creating a LOFT using the upper and lower branch sketches I created. What is the fix?
It should resemble the illustration.... not concerned with the spoon-like feature at the moment, just the protrusion off the side face.
I created the branch upper and lower sketches from creating planes: Upper and Lower Branch planes
You can try use Flex feature:
And - Rounds add at finish
Next "and" - open new thread!
I like how you break it down, unlike the last person who simply sent a screen shot of my file without markups. That's not helpful in the Forum community period. Thank you for your advice. I will give it a go later tonight.
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