ZW3D CAD Tips （Modeling —— Use caution when renaming and replacing features）
CAUTION: If you rename or replace a feature that is parametrically related to another feature by its name, the related feature and all of its children will not regenerate properly. If you are unsure, perform a Regenerate History after renaming the feature or use the History Manager (Ctrl+H) to view the feature's parent/child relationships before renaming or replacing it.
What you can do:
If a dependent feature references the replaced feature by its name, you can use Rename Feature to rename the new feature to that of the feature it replaced. This should allow the dependent feature to regenerate properly.
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