Mae 184 Notes on Reordering Features..

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MAE 184 Notes on Reordering Features. After editing a part, you may have encountered the infamous “failed regeneration” error message. This can occur for a number of reasons. One of them we will look at here with the hope that it will give us all a better understanding of how to handle this situation. When adding the UNEF-20 Left hand threads to the collar, you may have received this message. It most likely is not because you have constructed your helical cut improperly, but rather because the helical cut does not like to intersect the extruded cut that forms the slot in the base of the collar. If we were constructing the part from scratch, it would be no problem to simply make the helical cut first, and then create the slot through it ( I am not sure why it works that way and not vice-versa). Since we are editing the part, however, the slot is already there. In the navigator window, select Settings, then Tree Filters. In the Model Tree Items window, select Suppressed Objects, then Apply. NOW IN THE Menu Manager, select Fix Model, then
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course MAE 184 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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