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NX Circular pattern takes forever

NX Circular pattern takes forever

NX Circular pattern takes forever

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I am using NX10 and I have given circular patterning of a linear pattern which consists of simple hole and edge blend. It has been days and still it' running. I have faced similar events before like this as well. Please someone help me regarding this issue. I have to wait days until it's completed.

Is there any solution to increase the speed of patterning?

I have a core i7 (4th gen) with 8GB Ram and GT530M graphics processor system.

Thanks in advance.

RE: NX Circular pattern takes forever

When the pattern gets large, it's usually better to use "pattern face", instead of "pattern feature". I'm not sure which you used?

-Dave

NX 9, Teamcenter 10

RE: NX Circular pattern takes forever

Hello Shankar,
I think it is better to provide an original .PRT file with this issue, if possible.

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