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Space claim sketch imported

    • tumulpurwar
      Subscriber

      Hello All

      i have imported sketch from autocad as dwg, as can be seen in photos, you can see in zoomed photo,there are many closed figures, in the dwg which i imported.

      i expect that spaceclaim should created automatic surface for such closed curves.

      but why after importing,it is not making surface for closed curves by itself??

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      In SpaceClaim, you can check the box for Layout Sketch. That will prevent closed loops from automatically changing into surfaces.

      You can select a closed loop then click the Fill button on the Design tab to create the surface manually.

    • tumulpurwar
      Subscriber

      Hi Thanks Peter

      See steps below

      1)I imported sketch

       

      2) I click on plane associated with given sketch and go on sketch mode

       

      3)if un tick or tick "CREATE LAYOUT CURVES"...it bringing no automatic surfaces for closed sketches.

      i dont want use patch tool, as i have such sketches almost 100, it will consume crazy time.

       

      now can you telll what still i am missing.

       

      what you said it works if i a make such closed sketches inside spaceclaim, as the sketches in photos above are imported from Autocad,it doesnot create automatic surfaces for closed curves.

      I dont undesrtand why

    • tumulpurwar
      Subscriber

      ok ,it works, i mean it is creating automatic surfaces over closed sketches.but it only create when i move the input sketch some distance and than delete its associativity with its associated plane(in simple word, i delete taht plane)

      Other problem is its filling automatic surfaces after following this MOVE command step,but its creating all filled closed curves as one single surface.

      i want them to remain seperate, what shall i do???...i need them ssperate surfaces as i want provide thickness to them seperately as all have different thickeness

    • tumulpurwar
      Subscriber

      ok i found, need use DETACH command,than it create seperate surface..cool..thanks Peter

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