It's not looking to be feasible but thought I'd ask the question again in case someone has since found a work around.
I need to apply colours to specific faces in the Assembly environment that differ from faces in the Part environment. I've been able to change the colour of the entire part but can't work out how to change the face colours.
Has anyone managed to work out how to do this?
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Thank you for your suggestion Tushar.
I just tried this and, yes that works. The problem is though that I'll need different colours on different faces at assembly level.
To give you an idea of what I'm trying to achieve, we have a part that requires a particular surface rougness specified on a number of faces at the machining (part) level. This part is then assembled with another item, then painted. We need to show which faces need to be masked for the painting process at the assembled level. These faces differ to those on the part level. To summarise, I need a totally different colour scheme at the assembly level.
I hope this makes sense.
Hi there @DeanSmith,
This is yet another LONG sought after enhancement .....there is still no "EASY" way to do this.
We typically use the draft of the item, using "Fill's" to highlight zones across multiple part instances, in an assembly, in order to communicate this sort of deal.
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I'm really surprised about this. I'm a long time Solidworks user and would have thought this functionality was in SolidEdge. Disappointing.
I'll have to use your work around as you suggest. That's going to be rather time consuming.
Thank you very much for taking time out to answer my call.
Kind regards, Dean.