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Sheet Metal Cut behavior

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello, While in an assembly, I made a sheet metal part the working part and then made a Normal Cutout - and referenced some holes that were in the assembly.  After finishing the cutout, I got a warninng that said the internal sketch could not be resolved.  "Update Warning and Failure Report"

I then went into the part and worked on the cutout and even removed all constraints and then re-dimensioned everything and added new constraints.  I even re-attached the sketch, but I'm still getting the same original warning:

 

SB Normal Cutout(11)                Warning: Placement of the internal sketch cannot be resolved due to parent conflicts. Reattach the s
ketch.
 
                                    Warning: Unable to reference parent objects that are either suppressed or modeled away.

 

The final cut looks OK, but still has that warning.  Should I just assume it's OK and leave it alone or is there something I can do to fix it.  I don't like leaving features with warnings, but I'm not sure what else to do.  Thanks

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Re: Sheet Metal Cut behavior

Siemens Legend Siemens Legend
Siemens Legend

Hi @s_hightower

 

I created a simple assembly and followed your steps and did not get an error.

2018-01-02 10_10_28-NX 10 - Sheet Metal - [sheet_metal_model7.prt (Modified)  in Assembly assembly4..jpg

Is it possible to upload the assembly?  If not, please raise an IR and upload the data there confidentially - we can then take a look at what is happening with your assembly?

 

thanks,

Dave