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Parts cant active to edit

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    • suebsri_ast
      Subscriber
      HI i need you help. i dont know what happen my file. Spaceclaim cant edit and cant do anything. parts can show in windows. but cant edit in spc.   please help mr. art
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    • Charudatta Bandgar
      Subscriber

      Hello Ast Suebsri ,

      When I try to open the file (which is an assembly, comprised of several subcomponents), it is not able to find those subcomponents, maybe because it is not able to find the path. If you have these files when the message is popped up, you can try locating them yourself and it should work.

       

      Can you please try it on your end, while I confirm that my initial assessment of the problem is right?

      Regards.

      • suebsri_ast
        Subscriber
        HI Charudatta Bandgar thank you for reply. yes that component is Siemens Servo, it some component only. that part is import component parts.  you can click no to pass. I have problems about another component in assembly. another parts are lightweight. how to call back lightweight to normal solid.   First. all component are solid. I have modified some part by , create holes patterns. between creating holes patters, SPCD has encountered and lost.   see attach files.  
      • Charudatta Bandgar
        Subscriber
        Hello Ast Suebsri , Sorry, I misunderstood the problem. After looking at the screenshots, it seems that SpaceClaim crashed and the .scdoc file got corrupted. Which made the components in the .scdoc lightweight. There could be many different things that cause this to happen, but it is difficult to pinpoint. One thing to suggest for prevention purposes is to go to SpaceClaim options > File Options and then turn off "Use lightweight assemblies for imported documents" as well as "Load Model in the background". Workaround for now, to recover/extract the geometries: 1. Change the file extension of your .scdoc to .zip. 2. Extract this zip folder 3. Navigate to SpaceClaim>Geometry and you will find several .sab files in this folder. These .sab files are the geometry files, which you can import to SpaceClaim. 4. If you put them together, they should make up your assembly. (I have also attached a video file of me doing it.) Since the file is corrupted, it will not be able to salvage out the entire assembly, but with the aforementioned steps, the individual geometries can be extracted. Please change the settings as mentioned above, to avoid this to happen in the future. Regards.
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      • suebsri_ast
        Subscriber

        Charudatta Bandgar 

        yes that right.

        thank you.

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