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adding different materials to parts of a model

MU_10243770
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adding different materials to parts of a model

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I want to add Copper material to the cylinder and aluminium for the box below. But when I do, the same material gets applied to the entire object.

please help!!!

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@MU_10243770 wrote:

Web capture_24-10-2022_152022_www.youtube.com.jpeg

 

I want to add Copper material to the cylinder and aluminium for the box below. But when I do, the same material gets applied to the entire object.

please help!!!


Hi,

I think the requested functionality is available starting from Creo 7.0. You can create two bodies and assign different material to each body.

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Martin Hanák

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@MU_10243770 wrote:

Web capture_24-10-2022_152022_www.youtube.com.jpeg

 

I want to add Copper material to the cylinder and aluminium for the box below. But when I do, the same material gets applied to the entire object.

please help!!!


Hi,

I think the requested functionality is available starting from Creo 7.0. You can create two bodies and assign different material to each body.

MartinHanak_0-1666607813711.png

 


Martin Hanák

You will need to model it as 2 separate bodies in your part file as Martin shows. This can only be done in Creo 7 or newer.

If on an older version of Creo, you will need to model them as 2 separate part files and then assembly them together in an assembly file.

 

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