Rebound objects - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Structural Manufacturing

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11.x(2016)

Use this procedure to replace a boundary with another boundary, such as when the boundary is used by multiple objects.

  1. Select Tools > Automatic Reconnect.

    The Automatic Reconnect dialog box displays.

  2. On the Boundary tab, select Rebound.

  3. For Old boundary filter, select an object type from the list. For example, if the boundary is a reference plane, select Grids.

  4. Specify the old boundary object in the Old boundary object box. You can select the object from either the Workspace Explorer or the graphic view, type the object name into the box, or select an object from the list, which shows the last ten selections you have made.

  5. For New boundary filter, select an object type from the list. For example, if the boundary is a plate system, select Plate Systems.

  6. Specify the new boundary object in the New boundary object box. You can select the object from either the Workspace Explorer or the graphic view, type the object name into the box, or select an object from the list, which shows the last ten selections you have made.

  7. Optionally, to further filter restrict the objects to rebound, select values for Scope filter and the Entity filter.

  8. Click Apply.

    All entities that are bounded to the old boundary display in Candidates list and highlight in the graphic view.

  9. In Candidates list, clear the check box for objects you do not want to rebound.

  10. Click Rebound.

  11. Click View Log to see the rebound status.

  12. Click Close.