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Question about region

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hi !

 

I'm new at SolidEdge, and I don't understand why is there not any region automatically created between the four lines linked each others (As you can see on the picture). Is there a tool to create regions ?

 

Sorry for my english

2018-01-22 14_25_55-Solid Edge ST7 - Pièce Synchrone - [IPN INCLINE.par].png

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Re: Question about region

Solution Partner Legend Solution Partner Legend
Solution Partner Legend

It looks like your sketches are on different planes. All parts of a sketch must be in the same plane to be a closed region. You could use the include command (project to sketch) to project one of your sketch lines over into one of the other planes that you've drawn on to or just draw the lines in yourself. 

Re: Question about region

Gears Honored Contributor Gears Honored Contributor
Gears Honored Contributor

Hi @Supraim

 

A couple of checks:

1. Have you zoomed close enough to be able to click inside the space enclosed by the four lines.

This will help in picking a region to create.

2. Right click the sketch in the Pathfinder and Enable Regions:

 

EnableRegions.png

 

Beyond this you may be required to attach the part for closer examination.

 

~Tushar Suradkar

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Re: Question about region

Experimenter
Experimenter
It worked !

Thanks a lot

Re: Question about region

Gears Honored Contributor Gears Honored Contributor
Gears Honored Contributor

@bweisenberger wrote:

It looks like your sketches are on different planes. 


Agree with Ben.

This seems to be the case as it appears from the image.

 

Re: Question about region

Experimenter
Experimenter
In fact lines weren't on the same sketch but ty for the answer Smiley Happy