Hello I have a model of car body represented as a solid body in SE ST6. Now I need it to be transformed into surface which will be used in ANSYS. That must be a zero-thickness surface( solutions like making it a thinwall body are not proper ones) important thing: that model of car body does not have its pathfinder(no tree) as it opened from Parasolid extension. Thank you, Pawel
Ok . I ve managed do it by myself. If there were anybody struggling this problem, he/she should do it like this: 1. Use command copy located in surfacing/surface 2. select all faces of car body except for one (If you select all faces, you will make surface that closed and program will automatically generate a solid body out of it ). That was my problem, i think the program should ask you if you want to have closed surface or solid body. In this particular problem the program is half-baked for me. 3.finish that command and repeat it for that one you havent previously selected. 4. click one by one RMB on these 2 "copy" features, select "drop parents" 5. Delete the solid body that was base for these new surfaces. Now you have solid-to-surface transformation done!