I'm currently working on two parts. I have machined side one of each piece and my plan was to make a fixture plate for that I could bolt them to so I could run them both at the same time. The hole IPW from my first machining operatinos carries over into the assembly and makes working with these extremely annoying. Even worse, when I go to delete them I either run into a memory access violation error or another one I haven't been able to replicate.
How do I get rid of this?
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Can you change from entire part to the model reference set?
You should also make sure, that the model reference set of the components only includes that actual part, nothing else.
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How to fix this?
1. Just hide the two components temporarily.
2. Then set the selection filter to "Solid Body" and draw a rectangle around the IPW bodies.
3. Put those IPW bodies to hide.
4. Put the two components to show again.
This was an issue during ~NX9.0.3.x and maybe early NX10.
I hope this helps
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I hope this help you to understand what's going on.