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Deleting a cosmetic male thread by accident

Question asked by alessandro marchetti on Dec 9, 2009
Latest reply on Dec 9, 2009 by alessandro marchetti

Swx 2009 Engineering stimulus Package on WinXp Prof. SP3

 

I'm training myself on swx, and I encountered this strange problem:

 

I modeled a screw by myself from scratch, including the cosmetic male thread.

Then I inserted it into an assembly, but the position was wrong so I decided to delete it and try to insert it again.

In order to do this, I clicked on the screw and pressed the "del" key on the keyboard, but I actually clicked on the male thread of the screw (my fault), instead of to click over a surface of the solid.

It resulted that when I pressed "del", swx deleted the cosmetic thread and not the part. After this, I saved the assemby and reopened the screw alone: the cosmetic thread did no longer exist on the screw.

To be noted that I was on assembly environment when it happened, and I was not modifing the part in the context.

 

I'm really new to swx, so I don't know it this is a bug or it works as designed or, last, I didn't understand how swx works.

 

Regards, Alessandro.

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