April 5, 2022 at 11:49 pmsmjangSubscriber🛈 This post originally contained file attachments which have been removed in compliance with the updated Ansys Learning Forum Terms & Conditions
I have questions while conducting SpaceClaim training.
The attached file is a file downloaded as a SpaceClaim example.
Used by SpaceClaim to explain the Repair tab.
However, this time, as I was practicing with 2022R1, in the case of the first example file, some computers express 6 Surfaces (PC1) , and some computers express 5 Surfaces (PC2).
And the imported shape is also expressed differently.
And for other example files, when using the stitch function after loading the file, some computers make one surface (PC1) and some computers make multiple surfaces exist (PC2) .
Is there a reason why this function may or may not work according to the computer specifications?
Or is there a setting I'm not aware of??
The settings related to File Import in the Options window of SpaceClaim are the same.
PC 1: I7-6700HQ / 16GB / GTX970M
PC 2: I7-3930K / 32GB / RTX 2060 SUPER
April 6, 2022 at 12:29 amsmjangSubscriber
I installed 2021R2 on PC2 and tried to run the example file.
Then, 2021R2 is producing the same results as PC1.
And the laptop I bought last year is experiencing the same problem as the PC2. (RTX 3060 NOTEBOOK)
April 6, 2022 at 4:41 amCharudatta BandgarSubscriber
Let me check. I will get back to you.
April 8, 2022 at 5:01 amCharudatta BandgarSubscriber
This is rather unusual behavior. I am seeing similar results as that of PC1, and I think that will be the general encounter. I have asked the developers to understand if the system specifications be the reason for such behavior. I will get back to you, as I have more information.
My system specs: i7 9850H/64Gb/RTX Quadro P5000
April 8, 2022 at 5:17 amsmjangSubscriber
In my opinion, coming out like PC1 is normal, and coming out as PC2 is abnormal.
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