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  • Jan d.
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    We also use WF2.0. But this does not seem to work for me. Oh well, I have the direct Pro input feature now. I guess I must be happy.

    What happens in my case is that complete surfaces or cuts are missing. It seems as if in the translation some of them just get skipped. I tried to figure out whether that was something that Pro does, but I got nowhere. Some models have this problem, some don't. It seems to get worse if the more parts are assembled to the part (like the fixture and all it's details).

    Jan.

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  • Lawrence Hardtacke
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    Running 3.7 MR2. Everything looks good to me. Is there a particular area that shows up bad for you?

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  • wingardh
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    Put the config file in the directory that you are
    exporting the stp file to.
    At least this works for me (Pro/E wildfire 2.0)

    (see attached zip)
    Attached Files

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  • Jan d.
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    Whow, tell me: how did you fix it? I'd like to know! What is the magic setting? Please post some more instructions! I have had the same problems.


    Jan.

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  • wingardh
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    I have now solved the problem!

    I tried a lot of different export configurations in pro/e
    and found a setup that works.

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  • jon_dav_uk
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    Just imported both these models and there is no problems.

    I use ProE daily and have found sometimes step works best and othertimes iges. I have always attributed this to a combination of things mainly the way the model is created and / or the selections that have been made when exporting to another format.

    I am Running 3.7MR3 for info

    Good luck
    Jon
    Last edited by jon_dav_uk; 05-09-2006, 10:59 PM.

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  • Lee Johnson
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    Did you try exporting this as a igs file. sometimes that works when step doesn't . the nice thing about Pro E is it is so easy to alter the cad model origin to the way you have the part set up on the machine.

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  • Jan d.
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    I had a similar problem. I am not much of a Pro/E jock, but something must get lost in translation.

    I had to get the direct Pro/E import tool (File/Import/Pro_Engineer) from Wilcox. That did resolve all my issues.

    Maybe there are ways around this in Pro-Engineer because some of my (always very large) models came in successfully through STEP, and some never worked. I have no idea why that would be. I had never any luck with the IGES translation. Again though, after I could import native Pro/E, all my model issues evaporated.

    Sorry for not being more helpful....



    Jan.

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  • Boom Boom
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    Running 3.7 mr2

    Models look fine to me.

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  • John Riggins
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    3.7 MR3

    I just opened both files.
    I didn't see any holes, except on both parts, a very small (possible) hole at the back of the oval slot.

    I am running a different version than you however.

    John

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  • wingardh
    started a topic Stp Import from Pro/E

    Stp Import from Pro/E

    Hi all!

    I have problems importing stp models created in
    Pro Engineer.(missing surfaces)
    I would be very grateful if someone running version 3.7
    or higher could try importing the files.
    In the attached zip archive there is 2 files created with
    different settings.
    I am running 3.5 MR2
    Attached Files
    Last edited by wingardh; 05-08-2006, 09:22 PM.

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