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Options and Results

Required Step 1 Select the objects to be merged. In the example below, the two objects are separate; when the blue object is highlighted the red object is not. Press OK  or Apply  in the Feature Guide to complete the function. The two objects are now merged into one. When completed, the Merge will appear in the Feature Tree as …

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Merge command in cimatron

Merge separate objects into one object. General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Merge. Remember: You can open the Feature Guide at any time on the graphic display area by right-clicking. Required Step 1 : Select the objects to be merged.   Detailed Interaction

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Editing command in cimatron

You can edit: the Hole feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the sketched points the numerical parameters only Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   Editing the Hole by the Feature Guide Right-click on the …

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Head Parameters

If you want to define holes with heads, the following are the parameters for counterdrilled, counterbored, and countersunk holes: Counterdrilled Counterbored Countersunk

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Options and Results

Solid Object Required Step 1 Pick one or more sketched points . Points must be created in the Sketcher; see Creating Points for details. Required Step 2 Set the hole parameters, including the hole diameter, depth, and head parameters. The default hole direction is into the solid object, but you can set the direction using the blue …

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Extend Object : Editing

Editing the Extend Object by Feature Guide Right-click on the Extend Object  name in the Feature Tree. In the popup submenu that appears, select Edit Feature. The Feature Guide will appear, automatically open to Required Step 1. You now return to the same situation in which you picked the required faces. Press OK  or Apply  in the Feature Guide to …

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Options and Results

Remove faces by extending adjacent faces to fill the gap. This function can be used to: Move faces while extending adjacent faces. Offset faces while extending adjacent faces. Replace a face (or set of faces) with another face (or set of faces). The Extend Object function contains the following options: Move Faces Offset …

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Extend Object

Remove faces by extending adjacent faces to fill the gap. This function can be used to: Move faces while extending adjacent faces. Offset faces while extending adjacent faces. Replace a face (or set of faces) with another face (or set of faces). General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Extend Object.

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Editing command in cimatron

You can edit: the Divide by Contour feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the divide sketch / composite curve the numerical parameter values only (delta, sketch dimensions, etc.) Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   …

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