Multi segments thin protrusion – Enhancement request
Ability to create multi segments thin protrusion, for example:
These segments can be stand alone, and/or crossing each other, and/or chained as demonstrated in the upper figure.
One frequent usage is EMI walls for RF cards.
Current Creo limitation:
Creo does not support un-chained entities or crossing entities.
Creo RIB is not a solution since it extends the entities for example:
And also fails if add entities as follows (see attached file)
And also, to use a RIB you' must create an artificial fence around the face.C create a RIB on just planar face.
Attached a SOLIDWORKS file that presents the requirements:
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This shiuld work as long as the generated geometry is centered around the sketch lines.
It could be added a condition on the sketch exit, that if the lines cross or there are multi-segments, the "left, right" options should be disabled, and only centered thin geometry be created.
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