I am using Tecnomatix v13.0.2.
I am using NX10.
I made a solid model in NX, I saved it as "*.jt" file.
They opened a folder gave it a name "*.cojt". Then put "*.jt" in "*.cojt" file.
After using insert component command in tecnomatix. I got an error about defining object.
I defined the component as ToolPrototype". but it does not work. object has been created but my part is not seen here.
Can you tell me how can I add my own part to tecnomatix.
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After you defined your component using "Define Component Type", your *.cojt folder includes a "TuneData.xml" file.
Afterwards, use "Insert Component From File" to load your previously defined component into your study. (select the cojt).
I downloaded your .cojt file and tried to load just the .jt into our visualization application. It loads (shows up in the tree), but there is nothing in the graphics viewer. The size of the .jt file is 3KB. You may want to try saving the .jt from NX again.
Try saving it from NX as a monolithic JT.
Ah, well. it goes still wrong.
I created a new and basic part only a simple cubic 3D.
I exported as model1.jt. I have only this option so i have no idea what is monolitic jt.
So, NX created 1 model1.jt and 1 folder includes model1_2223.jt. This extra file. NX makes it for each solid model are included by 3D drawing.
Anyway. I created a new file and I give it a name: "model1.cojt". I think the problem is here, becasue I typed .cojt extension my self.
After all I got same story, after defining the type and inserting component, I still no see the 3D image on graphic viewer.
By the way, .Teamcenter mockup open my created jt files without no problem.
My bad with the Monolithic name, I am usually using NX integrated with TC and not NX standalone. I didn't realize the File->Export options looked different.
I created a video for you to help explain exporting JTs from NX and what is required to make a .cojt. I still think this is where the problem is and hope it helps you out. If not we can look at the PS side.
The video is named Creating NX Part For PS.7z