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Re: CSYS Dispaly


I have not used MTB much, but have dabbled with in in the past. Those Csys showed for me too on NX12 and way back to NX10.


I just ignored them, since I do not use it daily. Just letting you know its not just you, and not just NX12. There were times I would even see a line of 100's of them in a row after moving a component around. I would restart the session, and they would disappear. "Refresh" and "Regenerate Work" didn't do anything either. 

Glenn Balon
Production: NX 12.0.2 MP10 Primarily CAM

Re: CSYS Dispaly

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In my machine assembly, I try to move the junction CSYS objects to a differnet layer.

Seems to be reasonably reliable until something re-creates one of them.


But if you look at Paul's first post, there are csys objects on the *holes*.


The only think I can think of are FBM feature CSys objects?

They only show up in the CAM file, not the engineering model part?

Ken Akerboom Sr CAx Systems Engr, Moog, Inc.
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
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Re: CSYS Dispaly




In the part representaion (Yellow part) screen shot was just after starting the manufacturing part.

FBM for holes had not been done.

These little CSYS represent the origins of parts in the assembly. there were (3) helicoils that are suppressed

You can also see the CSYS on the cordinate system of the main part.


I know where they are now in the unsed feature area, so I guess I'll keep hiding as I go

{Paul Schneider}, {CNC Programmer}, {DRT-Rochester}

Production: {NX11.0.2,MP5, NX12.0.2, MP4}

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