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Assembly Display Errors

Currently on Solid Edge ST7, MP09; NVidia K200 Graphics Card

 

We are having display issues when working with particular assemblies.  The first attachment is of an assembly within another assembly.  The second is the same assembly but opened on its own.  The display within the next higher level is distorted, and changes as you rotate around.  We have tested a number of changes in view settings, but have been unable to solve the issue.  Any input?

 

Thanks ahead of time.

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Re: Assembly Display Errors

Did you mean:  "NVIDIA K2000" instead of "K200"?

Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP4
Testing: ST10

Re: Assembly Display Errors

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It seems you have a part or a subassy what is so far from origin and this will provide this displaying issue.

 

BR,

Imics
http://solidedgest.wordpress.com/

Re: Assembly Display Errors

And you don't happen to have the same assembly inserted twice on top of itself do you?

Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP4
Testing: ST10

Re: Assembly Display Errors

No, already checked that.

Re: Assembly Display Errors

I should say that I checked for sketches (several, but all hidden), card is a nVidia Quadro K2200, there are no parts way off from the assembly.

Re: Assembly Display Errors

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Grundey wrote:

And you don't happen to have the same assembly inserted twice on top of itself do you?


I have similar thoughts. Perhaps some faceted body or surfaces occupying same space and fighting for visibility. Can be checked only in an actual assembly while only guess can be made from images.

 

Try right-clicking on the assembly in PathFinder and Show/Hide Component. Turn off Surfaces.

Re: Assembly Display Errors

Hi,

 

Here is a short example what is very similar to yours...

 

 

Did you manage to repair it?

 

BR,

Imics
http://solidedgest.wordpress.com/

Re: Assembly Display Errors

Have you checked the version of your graphics driver?

It should be NVIDIA  354.13 dated 2015.9.16.

Use this link to download the driver from NVIDIA

http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/91523/en-us

 

Cheers

Mark

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‎10-13-2015 10:02 AM

Re: Assembly Display Errors

I did get the file repaired.  There was a sketch in a component displayed, that I didn't see, and when I hid all component sketches, the view problem went away.  I will say this though.  The individual that brought the issue to me wasn't able to solve it the same way.  So I opened it and saved, and then it displayed fine for him.