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Suppress by expression and unsuppress in UG Nx

Suppress by expression and unsuppress in UG Nx

Suppress by expression and unsuppress in UG Nx

Hello all,

In Ug Nx. I Couldn't able to unsuppress the feature which is already suppressed by expression.
for example.
I was applied a radius in one edge of a block.
That radius was suppressed by expression.
I want to bring back the original feature. I used to make unsuppress the radius. But not suppressed.

Any one can help to me the Why the feature is not getting "Unsuppress" which is already suppressed by expression.

Thanks & Regards

RE: Suppress by expression and unsuppress in UG Nx

You'll get a better response by posting this question in the UG/NX forum:
forum561: Siemens: UG/NX

The short answer to your question is: you will need to change the value of the expression that controls the suppression or edit the feature so that the suppression is no longer controlled by an expression.

RE: Suppress by expression and unsuppress in UG Nx

Dear Cowski,

Thanks for your reply's
Your correct. If we change the expression value that will control suppress and unsuppress. But I Need to remove all the relations from the history, there shouldn't be any expressions without getting any effect to the feature.
Thanks for your support and I posted the same query on forum561: Siemens: UG/NX:Siemens:UG/NX

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