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  • #18510

    Scott
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    I am using Version 25 and trying to mirror a solid for a job. In the attached image, the original solid is on the left and the mirror attempt is on the right. As you can see the mirrored solid is missing portions. I’ve tried a number of things but can’t seem to get it to work.

    Thanks
    Scott

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    #18514

    Sean
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    Scott,

    Please provide a part file for review.

    #18515

    Scott
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    Is there a reason I keep getting the error that I can’t upload a bobcad file for security reasons??

    Here is the file with the attempted mirror of the solid

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by  Scott.
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    #18523

    Sean
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    Scott,

    Make sure you place the file into a zip folder

    #18564

    Scott
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    Try this again. Here is the file you requested.

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    #18577

    jrmach
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    You got multiples of the same geometry.
    Before surfacing,you got to make sure all the wireframe is “Clean”
    That includes double geometry.Go to utilities/reorganize/erase doubles and also clean-up.
    You also got a surface on a surface.I would imagine that happened by incorrectly doing the Mirror.
    As far as missing portions,can you post a pic and circle the areas is question ?
    I do see problems,,but I see no difference between them.BTW,remember,there are 3 different solids.There is double of one of them.

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