I have created a sequence with assembly procedures and it works well in illustrate and is saved to PVZ. But when the same model is loaded and sequence is run in Studio, the Sequence procedure acts weird ( the components which need to be assembled are called in ( or Fade IN ) from an exploded position and are supposed to take the SBOM location
Am I missing something here?
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When playing a Sequence in Creo Illustrate, we have the behavior expected.
In the example, a Fade In effect is applied and a Component is moving.
In Creo View, with the pvz file exported from Creo Illustrate, we have the same behavior when playing the Sequence.
In Vuforia Studio, when playing the Sequence, behavior is not similar.
The Component doesn't start at the original position.
It is placed at the location where it should be at the end of the Sequence.
So, when playing the Sequence, we can see a quick move (or a teleportation like in Star Trek) of the Component at the location where it should start.
It has been reported to R&D as JIRA ticket DT-24407 :
I will update this post with more details when R&D will finish to investigate on that.
i was also facing same issue with vuforia studio and i don't think there is solution on this
so instead of that i tried following procedure in creo Illustrate and its successfully working in Vuforia Studio
First of all in sequences there are n number of steps can be created. so in step 1: you can show or create dis-assembly of object, after that you can copy that step 1 and paste it in step 2 . so now step 1 and 2 are same .
now in step 2 by right click of mouse button u can see option like : mirror, reverse...bla bla ...
by right click and selecting the reverse option, your step 2 will get reversed which is nothing but assembly sequence.
BY impoerting this .PVZ file of above sequense u can acheive the assembly sequense in step 2