Yeah. I'm struggling to think of a reply that wouldn't violate "Community Standards".Paul wrote: ↑Tue Sep 10, 2019 3:11 pmNope on Europe. Heartland of America.
Sorry, we can’t give out any code, it’s all for a proprietary part. We have been through this before several years ago with tech support on a different part, that we had to do a similar work around. (S3D did not have a usable solution so we scrapped the initial design) Just didn’t think it would have been the same thing but worse instead of better this time around. Quite similar.
If a model needs to be very specific with exacting specs on design, it’s a hard roe to hoe to make the software respond correctly. Without the mess we have shown.
My design engineer is currently very unhappy with me and S3D so wait in line if you want to talk with him about this. He has explained it to me. I thought I did a pretty good job of posting already about the problem on a gentleman who had seam problems? That should get you started.
Joining a forum and not sharing useful info is truly antithetical.
Keep your secrets. We'll figure it out eventually.
I mean, who TF posts pictures of fixing a problem and withholds the fix? Seriously.