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[procad] - ModelCheck

jlippeth
1-Newbie

[procad] - ModelCheck

Hi All

I know this topic keeps popping up, but here goes.

How to configure ModelCheck to:

A) Search through the assemblies and update the parts with:

* Add Parameters if no match is found

* Rename old Parameters to new names or Map?

* Convert real_number parameters to string (IE. Detno (Type =
Real_number), now called Detail_Num (Type = String)



What files need to be created, Start.mch, Check.mch, Start.mcs?

I have reviewed the help files, the PTC site and searched topics with
limited results.

Does anyone know if any E-Training is available and or books on this
topic?

Here is a list of some of the parameters:



Description (default value xxx) type String

Size (default value xxx) (soon to be replaced by Bounding_Box
"overall_size, but modelcheck outputs only 2 place decimals.)

Material (Rename to Prt_No) (default value xxx) type String

Hardness (default value xxx) type String

Finish (default value xxx) type String

Total_Qty (rename to Qty) (default value xxx) type String

Supplier (Rename to MFG) (default value xxx) type String

Detno (Map to Detail_num and change from Real_number to String)



Suggestions?



Thanks, JScott

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Scott;
Good luck, ModelCheck is great but do not expect much help from PTC. There will not be any form of training, E-Training or otherwise. Print out the help files, most everything you need can be found there mostly in the form of clues that will get you where you need to go with a lot of experimenting. When you are done you will be one of the experts.
Curtis Odom
Ex CAD Manager

---- J Scott <-> wrote:
> Hi All
>
> I know this topic keeps popping up, but here goes.
>
> How to configure ModelCheck to:
>
> A)    Search through the assemblies and update the parts with:
>
> *       Add Parameters if no match is found
>
> *       Rename old Parameters to new names or Map?
>
> *       Convert real_number parameters to string (IE.  Detno (Type =
> Real_number), now called Detail_Num (Type = String)
>

>
> What files need to be created, Start.mch, Check.mch, Start.mcs?
>
> I have reviewed the help files, the PTC site and searched topics with
> limited results.
>
> Does anyone know if any E-Training is available and or books on this
> topic?
>
> Here is a list of some of the parameters:
>

>
> Description (default value xxx) type String
>
> Size (default value xxx) (soon to be replaced by Bounding_Box
> "overall_size, but modelcheck outputs only 2 place decimals.)
>
> Material (Rename to Prt_No) (default value xxx) type String
>
> Hardness (default value xxx) type String
>
> Finish (default value xxx) type String
>
> Total_Qty (rename to Qty) (default value xxx) type String
>
> Supplier (Rename to MFG) (default value xxx) type String
>
> Detno (Map to Detail_num and change from Real_number to String)
>

>
> Suggestions?
>

>
> Thanks, JScott
>
>
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