ANSYS SpaceClaim: In previous versions under “Show Contacts” tool, there was an option for tolerant stitching for surface bodies. How do I access this option in 18.2 version?
June 5, 2023 at 7:05 amFAQParticipant
The new Share Topology algorithm has an option to specify coincidence tolerance. This option is available in Properties panel when you select “Share” tool from Workbench tab. If you would like to access the previous option of tolerant stitching for surface bodies, go to File – SpaceClaim Options – Add-Ins and disable “ANSYS SC 18.2 integration” addin. Now restart SpaceClaim and the Workbench tab will disappear. In Prepare tab, you will now see “Show Connected Bodies” under which you can access tolerant stitching option.
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