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What does blue extruded geometry mean?

bryan_stamandbryan_stamand Member Posts: 1 ✭✭
edited June 2016 in Community Support
I assume it means something isn't constrained. I am having an issue lofting between 2 sketches and a solid face. I did both sides exactly the same. One side is showing normal geometry and the other side is showing blue geometry. Everything looks constrained in the sketches. I wish I could share the link but I made it private by default.

**edit** I figured out how to make it public. I also realized it made it a new separate part (down right.) Its now part 2????



  • andy_morrisandy_morris Moderator, Onshape Employees Posts: 87
    edited June 2016
    Hi Bryan,

    The loft command enables you to create new parts or add/remove from existing parts. In your case the "blue" geometry is a second part.

    Andy Morris / Head of Product Design / Onshape, Inc.
  • Narayan_KNarayan_K Member Posts: 379 ✭✭✭
    @ bryan_stamand, are you talking about "Loft1" in your feature tree?
    If so then Please find the below difference,

    1.PNG 41.9K
    2.PNG 40.4K
    3.PNG 44.5K
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