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BlockStyler Specify Orientation

I want to use BlockStyler Specify Orientation Manipulator.

But i am unabel to set a selection scope to the assembly level to select snap point.

Working on NX8.0.3

 

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Re: BlockStyler Specify Orientation

What selection scope have you enabled in the block styler definition for this selection block?

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Re: BlockStyler Specify Orientation

There is no scope for this in selection block in NX 8.0.3.4.

Is there a option in NX10?

If i click on the point icon in the block i get a point constructor that is able to select interpart obects.

It would be easyer to do it direct.

Re: BlockStyler Specify Orientation

No, there is none either.

Is any regular selection dialog using the orientation block allowing interpart selection?

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Re: BlockStyler Specify Orientation

Orient WCS can use this..

Move Component can use this...

Re: BlockStyler Specify Orientation

If Specify Orientation behaves like Specify Csys, the only option I have found that allows the scope to include the entire assembly is dynamic.  Are you able to use the Specify Csys block instead?  However, in NX 9.03 I just filed an ER that was converted to PR 7749003 in which the origin and orientation information returned while in an assembly context was wrong while using dynamic.  All other Specify Csys options worked fine, but those options selection scope is limited to the work part only.  If you are not working in an assembly this could be an option.