Greetings to all Solid Edge experts.
Maybe you guys can help me.
I am a beginner user of Solid Edge (especially using Synchronous method) and I trying hard to fix this issue.
I was trying to edit a sheet metal part in Synchronous, as I try to drag the arrow there to make the dimension longer (Pic. 1), unfortunately, there are window that said that something error happened (Pic. 2).
Do you guys know how to fix it?
*sorry for my bad english*
Solid Edge User, College student.
You seem to have a partial bend on the top edge - just a bend radius without any flange material. I think this is tripping up the synchronous solver. Try either removing this partial bend or adding even 0.1mm of flange after the bend.
I already try to click the side plane of the bend too, but, the same error still occur.
"One or more relationship were found. Change Live Rules setting to modify result".
Another suggestion, maybe?
Change your live rules?
Learn what each live rules does etc. Now i'm not an expert in sync, I always use orderd because i think that works a lot better in my opinion. You must find a way to use them both sync and orderd combined.
But mayby this topic helps to understand them more.
Thanks. I already cut the Flange, as you see on the Pic. 3 and Pic. 4, I have this kind of flange, so I cut to make the angle 90 degree as I think it would be more easier to make the flange wider when it had a 90 degree flange tab. But, the error is still happening.
here is the file that I'm trying to fix.
It's a sheet metal part but save in .par document, because the origin is from Parasolid file.
Is that why the synchronous wont work proper because it's from Parasolid?