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Hi GMCobraz


 


Have you assigned thickness properties to the blank elements and also are you  using Auto process or user process to set up the forming.


 


if you are using auto process, use User process instead. :)


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Hi everyone,

 

Please teach me how to solve this error.

 

ERROR ID :          197
** ERROR IN INPUT DATA
DESCRIPTION :  
   -- PROPERTY ID : 1
   -- PROPERTY TITLE : BLANK_ID6_X_T Section
   REFERENCE DIRECTION IS ALMOST NORMAL TO SHELL ID=900192566

 

Thank you very much.

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Hi Prakash Pragada,


 


What is mean by property type?


The blank that I used is in .igs format instead of .sta format.


 


So I need to change the direction of shell elements in order to solve the error?


 


Thank you very much.


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the tool normals have to point towards the blank. You can check them in (F10--> Keyboard shortcut) normals panel..


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Hi Prakash Pagadala,


 


I found the normal panel, but how I adjust the normal?


I only manage to reverse the normal but not rotate or change the direction of normal as I want?


 


Thank you.


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Hi Prakash Pagadala,


 


I already share the model with you with the email of tapowat123@gmail.com.


 


Did you receive them?


 


Please teach and point out where are my mistakes.


 


Thank you very much.


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Hi,


 


sorry for a late reply.


 


can you import the .sta file first and then the .hf or .igs file with trim line and check if you are able to run without errors?


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Hi Prakash Pagadala,


 


I can run the trim stage with .sta from forming stage.


 


I faced errors in flange stage no matter I use the blank in .sta format or .igs format.


 


Please help me in flange stage. I can't move on with those errors occured.


 


Thank you.


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Please delete all setting files (http://forum.altairhyperworks.com/index.php?/topic/13434-how-to-delete-settings-files/?hl=delete) and try the set up as below


 


1.    Import .sta file after trimming. should not use the .sta file generated after running trimming but he should use the one used for running trimming.


2.    Import the .hf file containing the flanging tools


3.    Set up the flanging and run the analysis


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Hi Prakash Pagadala,


 


I followed your instructions but the error id 1023 still there.


 


I don't understand why use the .sta file used for running trimming instead use the .sta after trimming?


 


 


Thank you very much.


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Hi Prakash Pagadala,


 


I tried to delete all those elements that cause error id 197 and error id 1023 and it manage to run until the generation of engine file which is 001.rad file.


 


The error message that I got is message id 44: abnormal end.


 


I checked the connectivity problems but the software told me no. But there are a lot of free edges after I delete those problems elements.


 


Those problems elements occur at the blank that I imported after forming process only.


 


Can you please tell me why based on your experience?


 


Thank you.


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I have replied on mail for some changes.


 


 


1. delete the guide pins


2. Set up as crash form and use punch velocity


3. Place the .sta.hmx file in same folder and change the include line as shown below and run analysis


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