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Spaceclaim Multi Part Import

Spaceclaim Multi Part Import

Spaceclaim Multi Part Import

Hello all! I have a model in Spaceclaim that I am trying to assess in Mechanical (18.2). When I import from Spaceclaim, I cannot figure out how to separate my bodies into multiple parts. Each time it imports all bodies get lumped under the same part Mechanical's tree. I can see in spaceclaim the structure tree has the same naming as my parts in Mechanical so I'm sure this separation of bodies needs to occur in Spaceclaim, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to assign a body to a separate part.

Thanks for any help.


RE: Spaceclaim Multi Part Import

Select SYS-1 in the structure tree and set share topology to "none".

RE: Spaceclaim Multi Part Import

BINGO! Thank you so much, you saved my Saturday!


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