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Best way to use projected geometry as reference

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello to all,

Would you like to provide your best way of using projected gemetry as reference. For example, I have projected the edges of the mdoel cause I would like to use their points as reference to create a line. But I always have a problem with automatic adding constaints. I know that connecting two fixed (projected) points with single line will result a problem with over constaining but if I disable automatic creation of constraints, line will have degrees of freedom so I can move it and that is not what I want. I would like just to use projected geometry as reference without warning about constaints.

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Any idea is very appreciated.

Danijel

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Re: Best way to use projected geometry as reference

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hi,

 

I think you should delete the horizontal alignment constraints. A line by two points only needs two concident constraints. 

 

Regards, **bleep**

 

PS. The issue is caused by NX too often inferring alignment constriants. This issue has been addressed in NX 12.0.1.

 

Re: Best way to use projected geometry as reference

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello @DickBaardse,

You are right. There are unnecessary horizontal contraints. I will disable automatic creation of veritcal/horizontal contraints.

 

Thank you for the info about addresed isue.

 

Best,

Danijel