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wave link geometry

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hi guys,

I need a small clarification regarding wave link geometry.

doing bottom up appprocah of assembly.

having some parts, assembled in one file.

i need to convert the different parts in to one single body in Nx.

Please help me .

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Re: wave link geometry

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

battu wrote:

Hi guys,

I need a small clarification regarding wave link geometry.

doing bottom up appprocah of assembly.

having some parts, assembled in one file.

i need to convert the different parts in to one single body in Nx.

Please help me .


Don't mind but similar post by you.

 

https://community.plm.automation.siemens.com/t5/NX-Design-Forum/wave-geometry-linker/m-p/395078#U395...

 

 

Regards,
Ganesh

Re: wave link geometry

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hi Ganesh,

 

I am waiting for the reply.

 

Regards,

Battu

Re: wave link geometry

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Depends on you, how do you need it? Associative or Non-associative?

 

Associative

 

1) Create Promote Body for each component and unite them OR Create Wave Linked Body for each component and unite them.

 

Note that if there is clearance between the two components, it will not be possible to unite them and to have a single body of the entire assembly.

 

2) Use 'Simplify Assembly' effectively.

 

 

Non-associative

 

1) Same as above, just break the associative links.

 

2) Export it as parasolid and import it.

 

3) File > Export > Part

Use the various options available. Export the objects with or without the feature parameters to the existing assembly part/ new part.

 

Regards,
Ganesh

Re: wave link geometry

Experimenter
Experimenter
Thank you very much Ganesh

Re: wave link geometry

Phenom
Phenom

Another way to make a non associative entity is Copy to Layer, much easier to export and import parasolid.