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Draft Analysis

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Draft Analysis



Hi Friends,



When I do Draft analysis for a part using Pro/E WF2.0 it only select the

single surface than the whole part could any one explain how to solve

it.



Regards,

Ajit



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RE: Draft Analysis

That's a good one. I couldn't figure it out either. If anyone knows how to
do a draft analysis on the entire part using WF2 please include me in your
response...



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RE: Draft Analysis

When you are selecting your geometry - do a query select instead of
picking a surface and you will get a "solid geom" option.



Kevin Anderson <kevina@cornelius.com>
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RE: Draft Analysis

If you use the model tree you can select the part at the top of the tree.

Jim Ferdinand
WK Hillquist Inc.
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RE: Draft Analysis

Using the selection filter, select the solid geometry..

James
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RE: Draft Analysis

I replied directly, but here it goes for everyone.

Select the part name at the top of the model tree. Then select
analysis, geometry, draft.

The only drawback is that the entire part stays selected when you draft
check it, so if it's a detailed part, it will spin slower. A bit
annoying, anyone got a fix for that? Anything I've done has un-done the
draft check.

Jim
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RE: Draft Analysis

Select the model (very first item) from the model tree.

Cheers
Doug

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RE: Draft Analysis

When you are selecting the surface to check, use the right mouse button and
click it three times slowly... On the third click, you will see all of the
solid surfaces highlight. I am sure there are other ways to select all
solids, this is just the one that I was taught and it seems to work all the
time.

HIH--

-Nathan
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