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Can a CGR be exploded?

Can a CGR be exploded?

Can a catproduct saved as a cgr be exploded in an enhanced scene?

RE: Can a CGR be exploded?

no the cgr does not contain  any structure just geometry

RE: Can a CGR be exploded?

When you say "catproduct saved as cgr" do you mean as a .CATProduct file with several .cgr files?  If so, yes it can.  If you mean that you merged all of the geometry in your CATProduct into a single .cgr file, then the answer is no.   The Enhanced Scene is a function of the .CATProduct file.  You can only move the geometry around by file - in other words, 2 solids in one cgr file will move together always.  2 solids in two cgr files can be moved separately.

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