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Re: power body randomly changes

IntegrityWare Susanna ·
Hello Paul, If I understand you correctly, it sounds like you are modifying some of the subD geometry in such a way that the SolidWorks features later in the tree are failing? Are you referencing any of the power body's geometry for these later features? If you could supply a video of what you are experiencing or pictures showing your work flow, this will help us understand what you are experiencing in more depth. We can then determine the most appropriate solution.
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Re: power body randomly changes

paul m ·
thanks for the response. this is not actually what is happening (unfortunately i cannot supply a video as my model is confidential) the features that are randomly not showing up are powerbody features. at this point I have no features in my solidworks model tree (the powerbody feature is the one and only feature in the tree) the poblem is this... changes made to the powerbody can randomly disappear and revert the powerbody to an earlier state without reason. for instance, i made a...
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Re: power body randomly changes

IntegrityWare Susanna ·
Thank you for the clarification! That sounds like a serious bug. I will take a look at this and see if I can repro to find out why you are seeing this. I'm assuming you are using the 1.4 release?
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Re: power body randomly changes

paul m ·
yes, i am on the latest version (1.4). If i can replicate with another part that is not confidential i will certainly let you know and share a video and the file.
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Re: power body randomly changes

IntegrityWare Susanna ·
Okay, thank you that would help a lot. Also, you said you saved your model? Did you save as a SW part? pmodel? obj?
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paul m ·
i saved as a SW part
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power body randomly changes

paul m ·
modifying a power body sometimes causes the model to randomly change or recently added features to be removed. for instance, in my Solidworks window I can see my completed power body. for example say that it has a protrusion on the right side that was...
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Re: power body randomly changes

JOMU ·
I am having the same or at least a similar issue. Power Surfacing seems to all of a sudden load an old version of the SubD control mesh. By old I mean not recent changes, but versions a few weeks old. At first I thought the problem mainly appears if I have two versions of the same file open. Like if I renamed a file, modified the SubD, and then later openend both versions at the same time, all of a sudden both would have the same SubD. But in one case I am quite sure I do not even have a...
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Re: power body randomly changes

IntegrityWare Erik ·
Hey Jomu, If it is weeks old, can you tell me when the last time you saw that particular subD? Do you think it was part of a pModel you perhaps opened for edit? Had it been weeks since you had edited the subD? It would be nice if you know anything in particular about the old shape that you loaded. In terms of where it may have came from. I know that is strange for me to ask but I don't think it would have lived in the part file. My guess is there was some kind of part file merging? Or the...
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Re: power body randomly changes

JOMU ·
Hello Erik, I kept working on that SubD, and all of a sudden this very old version came back. No pmodel was saved of this file, it only lived in my solidworks files. That all has happened quite a while back, so I do not recall all the details and also cannot find that file anymore (it got replaced by a backup with the correct SubD). It might be a previously deleted SubD in the same file, because I recall losing the SubD control mesh and having to redo it in that file, so maybe now that came...
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