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Hi Everyone,

I am having an issue redefining copied surface geometry within an assembly in wildfire 5.

Currently i have a part modeled, the geometry of which is then copied to create the tooling surfaces in other part files. However, in one of the recent changes, the referenced "copied" surfaces of the part have been lost in my tooling models.

Basically, if i make a change to the part now, the tooling does not change to reflect this and i get regeneration issues with the tooling & assembly model. From what i can tell, i need to re-define the copied surfaces from the part model, but cannot for the life of me figure out how to do this.

Thanks,

Mark

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