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ISDX Tip

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ISDX Tip

If you createany construction surfaces, within the Superfeature,with offset curves that happened to use pre-existing curves as the parents, that surface cannot be layered off later as the Superfeature keeps holdof it and thinks it's part of the merged subfeatures. The result is, you will not be able to solidify or thicken.


I forgot about that little gem today and had to undo about two hours worth of work. Save often.


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isdx

Hi,

I've didn't use ISDX for many month.

I'm now on Creo 2.



Is there any quick reference card for isdx anymore.

Then, is there any tutorial somewhere ?



Thanks,

GB





isdx

GB,

There are a number of video tutorials on the learningexchange.ptc.com website. Search for the term "Style" - if you search using "ISDX" you won't find anything.

Not sure if all of the videos are Creo 2.0 or not - some may be Wildfire 5 or Creo 1.0 but the interface is pretty straightforward if you've used ISDX before

Mike Brattoli
Moen Incorporated

isdx

of course you need an account...
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On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 5:48 AM, Brattoli, Mike <->
wrote:

> GB,
>
>
>
> There are a number of video tutorials on the learningexchange.ptc.com
> website. Search for the term “Style” – if you search using “ISDX” you
> won’t find anything.
>
>
>
> Not sure if all of the videos are Creo 2.0 or not – some may be Wildfire 5
> or Creo 1.0 but the interface is pretty straightforward if you’ve used ISDX
> before
>
>
>
> *Mike Brattoli*
>
> *Moen Incorporated*
>
>
>
> *From:* G.Bon [

isdx

And that is my 10 seconds of interest that I had. I have now lost all
interest in figuring out if there is something new to learn in what ever
random video I picked. This ate my 5 free time minutes. I'll try again some
other month when I finally remember what my password is or used to be or
what ever. I definitely not saving my password in my work computer so that
its available to IT or someone other snoopy person.
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On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 10:58 AM, Aome Dina <->
wrote:

> of course you need an account...
> [image: Inline image 1]
>
> On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 5:48 AM, Brattoli, Mike <-<br/>> > wrote:
>
>> GB,
>>
>>
>>
>> There are a number of video tutorials on the learningexchange.ptc.com
>> website. Search for the term “Style” – if you search using “ISDX” you
>> won’t find anything.
>>
>>
>>
>> Not sure if all of the videos are Creo 2.0 or not – some may be Wildfire
>> 5 or Creo 1.0 but the interface is pretty straightforward if you’ve used
>> ISDX before
>>
>>
>>
>> *Mike Brattoli*
>>
>> *Moen Incorporated*
>>
>>
>>
>> *From:* G.Bon [

isdx

There’s not much “free” stuff on the internet that doesn’t come with some sort of price like this. If it has value, it probably comes with a catch that includes giving up some sort of contact info.


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

RE: isdx

Your welcome to use my student resources: http://vleblog.lboro.ac.uk/cad/sample-page/3d-modelling/surface-modelling/isdx-freeform-surface-modelling/



Cheers, Sean

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