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Couldn't find it in solidworks 2015, the guy is using an old version of solidworks in the book i'm reading from, searched google to find out that that option has been removed since SW2010 SP2.1 Why would they do that ? Is there any alternative or any other option that does something similar ? Off topic: I can't find "solidworks" in the list of "Current Autodesk Product" in the profile, why is that ?
Hey Community of AC, i've been working on my thesis, im creating pieces of 3d to hold a servomotor, and ill print it on a 3d printer, will be my first time and i dont want any mistakes since it cost some money, so while creating the piece i've been using a lot of Union-Extrude-Presspulls but using the P-P i've encountered with some lines that bothers me and makes no sense.. it seems like is 2 blocks united but it is not. ist just marks the line whenever i do the P-P, i have attach the picture so you can help me, what i want to know if i should ignore it, and it wont print 2 pieces instead of one, i tried removing the whole separated part, created a new box bigger than that one then i united and the same exact lines appears.. Another thing before i print, is there an option that shows me if its a space between 2 pieces, for example if 2 pieces are united and it has like 0.000001mm of space between them the 3d printer will print 1 piece but ill separate in 2 when you use some force.. i deff dont want that to happen to me. I want to be sure that the entire piece is in one piece.. can i see that with an option? Sorry for bad english, i Attached the picture with the problems of the line and the entire Drawing so you can see for yourself. Thanks in advance. para forum.dwg
In the past, I've seen a lot of questions about this particular topic so I have decided to put together a short tutorial surrounding the idea of prompting a user whilst offering a default option to select. I welcome any comments or feedback about how I could make the tutorial better, and furthermore if there are any mistakes found. The tutorial can be found here. Regards, Lee