ZW3D CAD Tips ( Operations —— Use caution when deleting)


\CAUTION: If you delete an entity, all entities associated with that entity will become disassociated!  This could cause unexpected results that may be difficult to correct if the association is discovered much later or by another operator.  Here some entities to consider:


Root objects


Parts and assemblies can be associated with other assemblies as instanced components and referenced by layout views in a drawing sheet. Drawing sheets can occur as instances in other drawing packets.




It is good practice to delete one feature at a time and perform a History Regen after each deletion to verify the integrity of the active part. If the part will not regen properly, Undo the last feature deleted. A successful regen will not occur if there are features dependent upon the deleted feature. You may have to delete the dependent features as well or you can try reordering features to isolate the feature you want to delete.



Review date: 2011-May-24
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