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Deleting Unused Entities

Deleting Unused Entities

(OP)
Does anyone know of a simple way to identify and delete all unused entities in Catia V5 model?

RE: Deleting Unused Entities

hi,

In GSD workbench, have a look under tools / delete useless elements... Be carefull, it will delete all entities that are not linked with a solide (PartBody or Body).

Eric N.

catiav5@softhome.net

RE: Deleting Unused Entities

(OP)
Thanks Eric,

That worked a treat! Don't know why I didn't see that staring me in the face in the tools menu.

Thanks again.

RE: Deleting Unused Entities

GSD workbench? What does GSD stand for, I dont think I have this suite

RE: Deleting Unused Entities

(OP)
GSD - Generative Shape Design

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