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Ugnx Layers setting

Ugnx Layers setting

Ugnx Layers setting

(OP)
Hello,
I am using UGNX 11.0.2.7, I am working in huge assembly i am layered all the sketches, multiple bodies etc, in the individual component but when i am using the component in the assembly, layers are messed up.
they not as structured in the individual component.

if any suggestion is to rectify this issue.
Please suggest...

RE: Ugnx Layers setting

Right-click on a Component, choose Properties, go to the Assembly tab and check your Layer Option setting

NX 12.0.2.9
Windows 10

RE: Ugnx Layers setting

- and there you have (two) three options.:
Original
Work
As specified

Original means "as the layers was set in the component part file". I.e the solid on layer 1 and the sketches on layer 21, the datums on 61 etc. ( or however you have arranged your layers.)

The other 2 options are actually the same and if you see 1 or 2 of these depends on if you are adding a component or changing the properties of an existing component.
Both means : "merge all component data into a single layer.".


Regards
Tomas

RE: Ugnx Layers setting

(OP)
Thank you Guys for your replies,
working properly.

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