Two of my parts in my assembly are interfering. I ran the check interference command, and it generated the interference as a part. Is there a way to easily delete the small bit that interferes, without having to go in and do a bunch of cuts to remove the overlapping piece? I'm not really sure if that made sense, but hopefully someone can help.
EDIT: Added 2 pictures of the second problem I'm having, detailed in a comment below
You can use the Synchronous Subtract functions.
Thanks for the reply, but I forgot to also mention that I'm in ordered mode. One other thing that's happening is it is saying there is interference in a spot where it seems physically impossible for it to occur. I'll post a picture of what's happening in another comment (not sure why I can't attach it to this). Sorry to add to the question, but I hope you guys can help me out!
EDIT: here's the pics again..
Hi Brian, what area is giving the interference result?
Also...I don't know why it's like this, but...if you post as if the image was in the comment, then edit the comment, you get the option to add images there.
Without reviewing those 2 parts on my screen, it's pretty tough to say, but it doesn't take much for the system to read a minute amount as an interference. Maybe make a cross section through them the see whats going on there. I assume it's just those parts, and not the lid. Nice work by the way.
Can you save those 2 parts as Parasolid files, and myself and/or others will take a look.