Example: if I start from a structure model to obtain a new one, I copy at one level and then unshare
items to modify.
In this case the where 4 feets are shared, to modify heigt is needed:
-Delete 3 feets of 4
-unshare one of those at one level and then unshare the parts to modify
Make the modification
And share again the correct feet.
As you can see is needed more time for the structure management than in modification.
The idea is a command that gives new ID to parts.
I mean something different from the one actually in Model Manager, because the new function will be:
Change ID only to the object
Change ID to all the components in session
Change ID only to the shared in an assembly
It will have the same action of copy at first level and delete original.
Will be very helpful to change the ID of parts in modification with the options:
This command will save a lot of time.
With the same concept can be developed an option in unshare command which could unshare all the
elements with the same ID inside an assembly.
as workarounds try out this Lisp
http://osd.cad.de/lisp_3d.en.htm#40 description in english
Maybe this will help you in the meantime
You make a copy of the part to be changed and the Lisp replaces the selected shared parts
i've already seen this lisp,
it is different from what I mean,
this requires too many click.
Hi Stefano, Is this more what you're looking for? It's very easy to use with a small number of clicks, and I believe it does just what you need. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URWnfKXbAuI
The Max's video is intresting,
will be helpful also change ID to all the shared in an assembly, I don't know if it does, but for sure the video shows what I meant.
I'm glad that the video addresses your wish.
The answer to your question is a definite Yes! The AI Unshare and Group function also has an "Shared in Assembly" option (you can see the option in the video) that will unshare and group all of the objects in a chosen assembly that are shared with the selected object. It allows you to choose any assembly as the target (default is the parent assembly of the selected object).
I'd be glad to answer any other questions you have -- just send me a message or post here.
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