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Betreff: sheet Metal Coversion...

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

Here is another option for such issues.

 

Copy 1 surface from your part that needs to be sheetmetal but will not conver.

 

Then do a thicken command on the single surface...

 

this will give you a constant thickness.

 

then you can convert to sheet metal without issue.

 

 

Matt Johnson
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Betreff: sheet Metal Coversion...

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Hi @Johnson_BigMatt

 

 

 

this was also one of my attempts but didn't work.

I suppose this also had to do with the big radius surface which was a B-spline surface before repairing.

 

Normally this is the easiset way to import surface only (Construction Body) select a Chain a do a thicken with sheet thickness value.

 

In this case it wasn't succesfully.

 

 

regards
Wolfgang
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Betreff: sheet Metal Coversion...

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I would assume the core issues is that a Nurb curve was used to create it and SE sheet metal and nurb curves can't live together. I would re-create the sheet metal using the existing model as a guide. Then you get to decide how many varius radii will be used to approximate what was imported. Reverse engineering at it's core.