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mating material between two concentric rings.

Question asked by Miles Scruggs on Jan 25, 2013
Latest reply on Jan 28, 2013 by Jesse Robbers

So I have two rings, each made from tube.  One ring is inside of the other with space between them.  I would like to insert another material in between the surfaces of the two rings. 


While I can just create the material using the same method I used for the other two rings, I would like the material defined as a function of the surfaces of the other two rings.


When I create a part from within my current assembly, and select the same plane I've used to create both other rings, I start to create the revolve by sketching two circles near where they should be. 


I'm stuck now as to how to define the edges of these circles.  I tried to create a dimention between the circle in my sketch to that of the inner surface of the outer ring, but I get the message:


"Selected silhouette cannot be uniquely identified for the current operations.  Please create a split line by using Split Line operation with the Silhouette option."


When I try to select the inner surface of the outer ring.


I'm guessing there is even a better way to mate/define this, but I don't know where to start looking.