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Sketch could not be solved.

john_lombardojohn_lombardo Member Posts: 15
Sketch (Outline)  could not be solved and did not regenerate properly.

There are problems with other sketches but fixing Outline might help them also (maybe.)

https://cad.onshape.com/documents/e914ccef58bb77ae389eb54a/w/ed77bdb8b82c349928e441d6/e/06f773065cb89eb58aad139a

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  • owen_sparksowen_sparks Member, Developers Posts: 2,660 PRO
    Looks like you've got dimensions fighting each other.  Eg on the left edge you have a dimension, and on the right side you have 3 dimensions making up the same edge but the maths is off.

    Here:- clicky I've changed two of the dimensions to "Driven" meaning they're just measuring the result, not forcing the sketch to be a dimension it can't be.

    A general rule of thumb is if you have anything red then stop and fix that before digging a deeper hole with downstream features.  Some of the other failed features are a bit more helpful in the error reporting, you'll see stuff like "missing part" in the merge scope for example.
    Hope that helps, shout if it doesn't.
    Owen.

    Business Systems and Configuration Controller
    HWM-Water Ltd
  • john_lombardojohn_lombardo Member Posts: 15
    Thank you, that works. Useful to know what "driven" means.
    Now the drawing is not all black. What's the best approach for that?
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