Has anynone experienced this issue?
after inserting a routing assembly in a larger assembly,
you have to keep rebuilding it, because one pipe goes in an unexpected direction?
SolidWorks 2010 sp2.1 Win 7
I don´t use the start route option often, when I drag and drop the flanges etc, it works ok,
How much Ram does your PC have?
That´s a problem, but let me suggest something,
erase the flange and drag and drop it, it should work better,
because I have noticed that when you use the start route command
the flange is not part of the "components" of the pipe...
let me suggest you to use a simplified configuration of those parts that have many operations,
I recommend you to increase the memory of the PC too,
I see you use the "skid" concept in your designs...
Well I have used that way in the past too. The piping does still work when I do it that way but sometimes certain components will not let me drag/drop the flanges in the correct spot. That is why I began inserting the flanges separately and using the start route command.
Do you also use skid designs in your work?
Yes We do design Oil Metering systems that are mounted on skids,
So let´s wait for Sp3 and see if it helps us....
I think that sp3 has solved some of the routing issues,
How do you do?
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