Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

This is the kind of thing that after 8 (almost 9) release of Synchronous technology I wont expect to happen.

 

I have attached a part where I need to delete hole 21 and hole 22; when I do this the other holes ( hole 7,8,9 and 10) in the same group moves in other position.

 

Why this happens ?

 

Also there is 2 PMI that I am not able to visualize nor to delete them.

 

 

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Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Legend
Legend

Hello Fiorini,

i find it also strange. You can delete the holes by first seperate them from the userdefined pattern and then delete the holes. The two pmi dimensions are placed in ordered mode. To delete them just switch to ordered mode and delete them.

(view in My Videos)

Greetings from Germany
Christian Kunkel
https://c-k-m.info

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

ckunkel72 wrote:

Hello Fiorini,

i find it also strange. You can delete the holes by first seperate them from the userdefined pattern and the delete the holes. The two pmi dimensions are placed in ordered mode. To delete them just switch to ordered mode and delete them.


Yes it is what I have done, I just wanted to know if there is a reason for synch to behave in that way.

 

Thanks for the PMI tips, Ordered section was not shown so I assumed there were nothing on there (another thing that confuse users).

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Legend
Legend

The colour of the pmi dimension is a hint for ordered mode.

Greetings from Germany
Christian Kunkel
https://c-k-m.info

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

Hi,

 

Guys, I know this is a closed topic, but I'd like to share my experience... @ckunkel72's solution is very fast and good.

 

"Why this happens?"

Hole has a "special reference" what is Feature origin. When deleting unnecessary holes then other holes will be positioned to theirs feature origins (in normal case feature origin is coaxial with hole)...

What is the solution in this case? Show Feature origins and reposition them...

And PMI? Double click on it in "PMI tree" and Delete on keyboard! Smiley Wink

A video about steps:

 

BR,

Imics
http://solidedgest.wordpress.com/

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

Great root-cause analysis @Imics

Can you also throw some light on why the features origin could be found some where away from the hole center, like in this case ?

  

Thank you for the enlightenment Robot Happy

  

~Tushar

 

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

Imics wrote:

Hi,

 

Guys, I know this is a closed topic, but I'd like to share my experience... @ckunkel72's solution is very fast and good.

 

"Why this happens?"

Hole has a "special reference" what is Feature origin. When deleting unnecessary holes then other holes will be positioned to theirs feature origins (in normal case feature origin is coaxial with hole)...

What is the solution in this case? Show Feature origins and reposition them...

 

 

BR,


Ok now we know why this happen, my next question is: how the hell that feature origin happened ? If this is a common synch behaviour a "reset origin" option would be necessary.

 

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

Hi,

 

Here is a video about Feature origin's position:

 

 

FO will stay in its original position when you add material via Extrude command... This is a short example.

 

BR,

Imics
http://solidedgest.wordpress.com/

Re: Strange behaviour in synch par

Phenom
Phenom

Imics wrote:

Hi,

 

Here is a video about Feature origin's position:

 

 

FO will stay in its original position when you add material via Extrude command... This is a short example.

 

BR,


This is a serious issue in my opinion, is it been logged in a IR ?

Do you see while repositioning the origin that you also move the hole ? This is not acceptable, and there is too much effort to just make it behave how it should do regularly.