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pcsen20 posted a topic in Autodesk InventorHello I want export harness file from Inventor to CST for EMC simulation, but CST import nastran file (*.nas) and step ap212 (*.kbl) file format, so I must save my harness in *.nas or *.kbl format. but I can't export these format. please help me to solve my problem. thanks
I want to define to Inventor a cable's bend radius (the diameter multiplicand) and then I want Inventor to define the minimum, ultimate route the cable needs to follow to satisfy both and I want Inventor to essentially not allow the wire to take a path that the bend radius would not allow it to take. With the bend radius checker, Inventor tells me that "these cable does not satisfy the bend radius, at these points," but then Inventor expects me to manually edit the points or the segment routing the cable. I do not want to do this, I want Inventor to do this for me. I have run through and scoured the tutorials, and they always point back to "manually adjust the segment or points on the wire to meet the bend radius requirements." It took me for while to get one of my cable to have a correct bend radius, and I have no idea if this is also the ultimate arrangement of the cable possible I would need. I only know that Inventor is happy with my radius. This is especially tedious to do if, say, I have to move the location of one of the components a connector is attached to. I have to go back into the harness and completely rework that wire (for another hours) moving each point in the segment or on the wire spline incrementally, hundreds of times, then rechecking the bend radius each time, until I get the magical path that Inventor likes. But, again, I have no idea of it's the shortest possible cable I would need. Any ideas would be much appreciate. Help?!?!?!?