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Catia Disassembly (GSD)

Catia Disassembly (GSD)

Catia Disassembly (GSD)


I used a sketch to create a simply soccer free kick wall:

Than, I used GSD Disassembly on the sketch and created three different zones.

The problem that I encounter is that the lines created from the sketch are not linked, so if I modify the geometry of the sketch, the lines will not follow.
Is there another tool (instead of Disassembly) that keeps link with the sketch?


CAD 2015

RE: Catia Disassembly (GSD)

you could use the OUTPUT profile function in the sketch, this will keep associativity with sketch geometry.

Eric N.
indocti discant et ament meminisse periti

RE: Catia Disassembly (GSD)

Thanks a lot!
Beatus, qui prodest, quibus potest!

CAD 2015

RE: Catia Disassembly (GSD)

thanks for the comment

Eric N.
indocti discant et ament meminisse periti

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