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Andoni Garcia

Skew modeled solids / Interference Problems

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Hi, 

 

I would like to draw a solid conductor made by 2 extrusions in SKEW.

The problem arises when I draw the second solid just supported in the base, and when I close the modeler FLUX detects intersections between solid objets.

 

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I don´t know how can I solve this problem...

Thanks

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Hi Andoni,

Probably this problem arises because you have generated different solid bodies in the same physical space. You need to combine all these objects. In the modeler, there are several possibilities to do so, depending if you want to merge all the bodies in the same volume or to create different volumes.

In order to combine all bodies in the same entity you should carry out an union (see image below, the icon in the left, with an u), or an assembly to divide the bodies into different volumes without collisions between them (icon in the right, with an a).

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Hope this helps.

Best regards.

Alejandro

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11 minutes ago, Alejandro Rodríguez said:

Hi Andoni,

 

 

Probably this problem arises because you have generated different solid bodies in the same physical space. You need to combine all these objects. In the modeler, there are several possibilities to do so, depending if you want to merge all the bodies in the same volume or to create different volumes.

 

 

In order to combine all bodies in the same entity you should carry out an union (see image below, the icon in the left, with an u), or an assembly to divide the bodies into different volumes without collisions between them (icon in the right, with an a).

 

 

 

 

image.png

 

Hope this helps.

 

 

Best regards.

 

 

Alejandro

 

 

 

I have used upon it, I know not how many times... I'd totally forgotten

 

Sorry for the inconvenience, and thanks for your quick response, as ever.

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