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ExtractFace/LinkedBody Question

Builder
Builder

You have Component "Alpha"

Component "Beta" is an immediate child of "Alpha.

 

 

Is there any way to see if Beta has Wave Linked anything into Alpha?

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Re: ExtractFace/LinkedBody Question

Honored Contributor
Honored Contributor

You would have to check Alpha to see if it references external geometry. Individual parts do not keep track of everything that is referencing them.

Re: ExtractFace/LinkedBody Question

Builder
Builder
I was afraid of that.
Thank you.

Re: ExtractFace/LinkedBody Question

Esteemed Contributor
Esteemed Contributor

Have you checked any of the available items in "'Menu => Information => Assembly" for wave or similar?

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Re: ExtractFace/LinkedBody Question

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- Loop through all the feature in ALPHA. Select only the wave linked feature

- Get the body/faces of that Wave Linked feature.

- Get the source body/face for each body/face using UF_WAVE_map_link_geom_to_source

- Get the owning component with OwningComponent() function in NXObject and check if the component is B.

 

Elias.