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Intergraph Smart 3D Molded Forms

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If the "!Molded Form target object in error A-614DCK->A- 2602DCK/Plate" type of error is the first error in the log file, check the unsupported object construction list.

  • If the source object's construction is not supported by copy, try to fix the target object manually or recreate it manually on the target side.

  • If the source object's construction is supported by copy, select the Clear Before check box, run Find and correlate objects, and try copying again.

After the target object is repaired or created, select the Clear Before check box, run Find and correlate objects and Create/Modify/Delete again to copy any remaining objects.

If the "!Split or Part target object in error A- 614DCK_PART->A-2602DCK_PART/Part" type of error is the first error in the log file, check the unsupported object construction list.

  • If the source object's construction is not supported by copy, try to fix the target object manually by deleting detailing and redetailing the parts or by fixing the molded forms system and boundaries. Alternately, you can recreate the object manually on the target side.

  • If the source object is supported by copy, contact Intergraph Support, and model the failed target object manually.

After the target object is repaired or created, select the Clear Before check box, run Find and correlate objects and Create/Modify/Delete again to copy any remaining objects.

Exception

If the ā€œ!!!Exception processing above elementsā€ type of error is the first error in the log file, do the following:

  • If the failed object is a Molded Forms object, select the Clear Before checkbox, run Find and correlate objects again, and then try copying again.

  • If the failed object is a detailed part, or if the second try to copy is unsuccessful, contact Intergraph Support, and model the failed target object manually. After the object is repaired or created, run Find and correlate objects and Create/Modify/Delete again to copy any remaining objects.

Object Skipped

If the "!Skipped D51(2nd Dk)-491DCK/Plate" type of error is found in the log file, then there was a problem with the order in which the objects were copied. If you run copy again, the objects are copied correctly, and errors are eliminated from the log.

If errors remain, then there was a problem with the parent of the failed object specified in the skipped error log. Fix the parent so that this object can be copied successfully.

Entities not Completely Supported by the Copy Process

Limitations of the copy implementation can be classified in the following types:

  • Object types not yet supported by copy similar/symmetry. The objects are excluded from the copy process. That is, they are not selected as candidates. In some cases, dependent entities might be selected for copy and could fail to copy. These specific cases are listed below.

  • Some aspect of the construction of the object is not supported. In this case, you must edit the object to remove the unsupported aspect. These specific constructions are listed below.

Object Types Not Supported By Copy Similar/Symmetry

  • Auxiliary coordinate systems. Dependent objects fail.

  • Inverted connections.

  • Beam parts (detailed property and beams using assoc points on edges).

  • Profile Edge Reinforcement Parts.

  • Straking Seams.

  • Profile Straking Seams.

  • Split Physical Connections.

  • Manufacturing Plates and Profiles.

Aspects of the Construction of Object Not Supported

  • Problem with profile and seams by table.

  • RAD Sketches containing constraints. After copy, the software replaces the inputs to the sketcher with the new copied geometry. If the new geometry is not infinite, and if the direction of the curves is reversed, this produces bad results for end point constraints and any constraints dependent on the direction. Copy Symmetry with edge constraints is not supported.

  • Assoc point on edge. Using the place point on edge Smart Point placement can result in the point reversal during mirror.

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