Model Data Reuse Wizard: Disciplines - Intergraph Smart 3D - Administration & Configuration

Intergraph Smart 3D Project Management

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory_custom
Administration & Configuration
SPFVersion_custom
10
Version_SThreeD_Custom
12.1 (2019)

Allows you to make additional choices that affect the source objects to copy.

All disciplines

Copies all object types within the source data selection, or selections.

Select disciplines

Copies only the object types that belong to the selected disciplines within the source data selection.

Copy related assemblies

Copies all assemblies related to the objects to copy. The parents of those assemblies, up to the Lowest Common Parent in the assembly hierarchy, are also included in the copy process. By default, this option is not selected; however, when this option is selected, you can define the destination for the copied assemblies by selecting the destination assembly parent on the Destination page. If the objects to copy belong to multiple Blocks, those Blocks are also included in the copy process. However, when a Block is copied, it loses its geometry and it is transformed into an ordinary Assembly.

Copy structural manufacturing objects

Copies structural manufacturing objects related to the portion of the model that you want to copy. This option is only available when Copy related assemblies is selected.

Copy related WBS

Copies the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) items related to the objects to copy. By default, this copy option is not checked. When you check this option, you can define the destination WBS parent for the copied objects on the Work Breakdown Structure tab of the Destination page. If the objects to copy belong to multiple WBS Projects, those Projects are also included in the copy process. However, when a Project is copied, it loses its identity and it is transformed into a WBS item.

Copy volumes in range

Copies the volumes that contain or intersect the other objects being copied and to maintain the hierarchical structure of the space hierarchy. By default, this copy option is not selected. When you select this option, you can define the destination space parent for the copied objects on the Space tab of the Destination page.

Some types of filters work better than others when Source object by filter and Copy related assemblies are selected. For example, a system filter, a volume filter, or a permission group filter usually works well for this purpose. An object type filter or a property filter that does not return parts does not work for this purpose because the command finds the related assemblies by starting with the source objects returned by the filter. If the objects returned by the filter are not members of assemblies, then no assemblies are copied. The members of an assembly are always parts. Therefore, to get good results, the filter should return parts. For example, if an object type filter with pipe runs only is defined, the pipe runs are copied correctly, but the associated assemblies are not copied; therefore, you must include the pipe parts in the object type filter to copy the assemblies.

Copy composed drawings

Copies the composed drawings that depict one or more of the model objects being copied, and maintains the hierarchical structure of the drawings hierarchy. Copy composed drawings also copies the supporting volumes (including areas, zones, interference volumes, and drawings volumes), and maintains the hierarchical structure of the space hierarchy. When you select this option, you can define the destination space parent for the copied objects on the Space tab of the Destination page, and the destination drawing folder parent for the copied drawings on the Drawings tab of the Destination page.

Next step:

Model Data Reuse Wizard: Destination Model