You don't have any "Density" in the model nor the Materials table in METRIC. Even going into the Material Table there's NO DATA in the Density of ANY OF THE MATERIALS
But if you change the Part's UNITS to Imperial, you'll see this...
But if you then convert the PART back to Metric UNITS, it'll show up.
Looks like a BUG or something is not right.
I think this is more an issur of mass propetties then a mistake or error.
The picture shows kg/mm3 what means thst You will see density values invthe 6 decimal place but not before.
The final picture IMHO will produce totally wrong results when one mm3 will have 2.3 kg
Haveca look on the dimension properies.
Hello Mr BobMileti Good morning.
1. change units mm to inch
2. Rechange unit inch to mm
but its looks like a first version.
Also cant assembly with any anchor.
Can you fix and resend to me my 3d model Mr. Bob Mileti.???
I mean this 3d car model is just one part. i want assembly this model in (.Asm) but this part cant work in (.Asm) If i redraw this engine model again use one month. Pls try to assembly in (.Asm) and attach to me.
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I'm curious as to what the solution was here. Bob's method did nothing when I tried it.
I'm not sure it worked with mine either... all I found curious is seeing zero density in the Metric data, but after switching to Imperial, then back, it showed up correct.
This may have been because my machine "re-loaded" the Materials table locally, whereas the model contained bad data.
Maybe but I would think my materials table would reload as well if that is what happened.
Even when the properties dialog says the density is ".283" for example, update does nothing and the mass stays at zero along with volume and surface area.
Edit: This part appears to be just surfaces and curves.