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isn't there Any good method to compare two similar model?

Creator
Creator

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I want to compare two version of same part

 

How can I make A region(intersecting region) look other color (a little transparent).. 

 

I tried to substract/intersect them,, but got errors (boolean or intersecting error)

I tried to use 'model compare' but I could not get desirable result (because it works with face/edge only)

 

Or

Could you think other good method??

HELP ME please..

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Re: isn't there Any good method to compare two similar model?

Phenom
Phenom
You might put the two parts in a temporary assembly. Use a view section and turn on show interference. As you move the suctioning plane, the areas where the two parts overlap will be a different color (red) as if it was an interference in an assembly.

It may also help to make one or both of the parts transparent.

Re: isn't there Any good method to compare two similar model?

Genius
Genius

If you have access to it, you could use the Comparison functionality in TcVis... specifically the tricolor mapping.

 

Can you provide example of how the model compare in NX isn't meeting your requirements?  Not clear from your original post.

Re: isn't there Any good method to compare two similar model?

Phenom
Phenom

Hi @Joooon

I would suggest using deviation gauge color map.

The matching areas will be green and others will have different colors depending on their deviation.

Regards

Re: isn't there Any good method to compare two similar model?

Creator
Creator

is TcVis available only when we have that license..?

Maybe we don't have the license..

 

Model compare in NX just report different 'faces' ..

So

for example,

a geometry is almost same and but the face has been separated, 'Model compare' reports it..

As a result, it reports almost faces in the part.

Re: isn't there Any good method to compare two similar model?

Creator
Creator

Thank you but..

With my license, I cannot use deviation gauge... org