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    • rg
      Subscriber

      If I create a bend of 90 (or with other gradations and indifferent) and then change it with the move command or from the properties, it develops it in a different way than if I create it from new.
      This way I have wrong withdrawals (fold deduction)

      Why?

      I am attaching a video to make you understand better

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    • rg
      Subscriber

      Naresh Patre

    • rg
      Subscriber

      I think I understand, is this reasoning correct?

    • Subashni Ravichandran
      Ansys Employee

      Hello Robert

      Yes, that is the correct reasoning. 

    • ERab
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Robert , as you showed in the video, rotating with move from 1 side of the wall vs the other is different.  in 1 case (inner wall face) it maintains the center axis of the bend...in the other case (face on the outside wall) it maintains the intersection between the 2 outer wall faces

      Also as you showed, picking the different options when you create the bend will have different impacts, and some match up and some don't, but you can always add 3D dimensions from the detail tab to the 3D model and use them to make adjustments

      • rg
        Subscriber

        Ethan Rabinowitz Thank you 

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