I have a revolved part where i have added a thread to a cylindrical surface.
when ive sectioned that part on my drawing i cant see the thread.
i have gone into properties of the view (and parent view) and selected - Show threads in Section Only section views. but this has made no difference
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I remember, that there was a bug in SE2019 without MP, but this already is fixed since months, and You signature shows that You are using ST9
There is a single situation where a thread is not shown in a draft section and that is, when the section does not go exactly through the center.
This always is a good indicator to check the section line position and to always use a relation to fix it there.
unfortunately i cant upload the draft file, but what i might do is create a new part/ drawing and try it on there and send that if it doesnt work.
im confident the section goes through the centre
OK, immedeatelly seen.
This can not work.
You have a 12mm core hole and put a M12 thread on it!
For inner threads I allways recommend to use a hole feature.
You even can create the counter bore hole with thread and chamfers in one step
the only point I would like to claim here is, that IMHo Solid Edge must not allow to create such a feature at all!
This must be prevented by the system and may not depend on a users choice.
So from that point of view, it is not You failure, it more is a weak functionality and control mechanism of SE.
and another information I hav eto give to YOu is how to "repair" it for Your existing part.
I would reduce the inner diamter of that revolution to e.g. 8mm and would add a thread hole afterwards.
thanks, i cant see the images, but i get what you mean - i need to model the tapping drill size (10.2 for M12) then put the thread on after.