Non-Solid Part

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

I'd appreciate some guidance on the best way to fix this part. I imported a STEP file and one surface is missing. I'd like to replace the missing surface and solidify the part. I created a BlueSurf to replace the missing surface but the "Stiched" command was greyed out so I can't figure out how to turn it into a solid. What am I doing wrong?

 

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David McMahon
Solid Edge ST9, MP8
HP Z2 Mini, Windows 10
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Phenom
Phenom

Hi @David_McMahon

 

 

 

Yes this is acting a little bit strange.

 

I just copied Your surfaces (oops forget that I deleted the round at top - please add it again Radius 0.031)

 

From those copied surfaces I created a BlueSurf and for testing a connection surfcae.

And - but traditionla only - those can be stitched together into a single solid

 

But as mentioned, I do not understand fully, why Se shows such a behaviour.

 

 



regards
Wolfgang

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There seem to be some inconcistencies with the edges,  can't see why, but increasing the heal and stitch solves it also

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Phenom
Phenom

Hi @Kaak

 

 

I didn't need to heal it anyway.

The problem IMHO more or less is coming either from Sync or from import into one single body

 

 



regards
Wolfgang

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Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hawcad and Kaak,

 

I greatly appreciate your help with this. Both of your suggested fixes were helpful in solving the problem.

David McMahon
Solid Edge ST9, MP8
HP Z2 Mini, Windows 10