I am trying to reply several questions about best practices related to :
-design ·3d model done with no NX cad and then doing modifications in NX.
-No tree of operations(feature does not exists).
-Our "solution " about is Synchronous but the imported geometry is an orphan Body and when
try to Optimize no changes are made and there is not posible use Blend resize and similar commands.
Do You know or have got any best practice document or guide about it?
Any suggestion if there is not documentation ?
Thanks in advanced for your help.
I also encountered that problem in one of our customers (cannot used move face, replace blend etc. and always shows warning dialog box, optimized but no effect at all).
In that case, we used heal geometry first before appying synchronous.
it is located in the File - > export - > heal geometry. After this we can use synchronous technology.
I am not sure if this will also fix your problem but you should give it a try.
From what I saw in the word document you attached it seems that your part is a sheet-metal part. You should try to use the optimize face and then convert to sheet metal commands both in the sheet metal application. Other ways to do so need to be evaluated on a case by case basis. For example you could use the unsew command and then apply a blend between the surfaces and so on.
part is plastic and not metal....
Do You Know any documentation about it?
(I mean ...first steps to deal with non native NX geometry --modifications,re-design ....)
Thanks in advanced!!
Although i have no best practise tips but i generally start with the Examine Geometry check to find the inconsistencies in the geometry. In the worst case scenarion you can optionally trim the problematic part off rebuild it again and then add to the rest of the part again.Plastic components have lots of blends so i am always wary of the blends (specially notch blends (or blends that are modified after a bollean operation)).You can also use LABEL NOTCH BLENDS for the problematic notch blends.
Optimize face and replace blend as already suggested by experts are a good option.If you have some specific model i can take a look at it. Have a good day.