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closed path not creating a face

pierre_grpierre_gr Member Posts: 12
Hi,

I have a simple sketch here https://cad.onshape.com/documents/e1f0909710ab2af754bfa7ce/w/ba81f66e21dfc5e618f0ee92/e/c23f9213da11e626f8ce015a 'Studio part 3' where a closed path doesn't generate a face for extrusion.

Points seems to be connected. I'm not sure to understand where the issue is.

Anyone with a similar issue ?

Thank you,

Pierre


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  • Wesley_NWesley_N Member Posts: 17 ✭✭
    What I would do is draw lines across the sketch geometry to help isolate where the open point is.
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  • pierre_grpierre_gr Member Posts: 12
    Hi,

    I tried and I can find the guilty point but I don't get how to fix it.

    For example, I created another part in the same doc I shared the link to. There is is a simple spline with 2 offsets on both side, joined at their end.

    The first path is closed and a face is created
    The second path is a copy/paste of the first where I only move the end of the spline and the face is not created.

    Any clue ?



  • Wesley_NWesley_N Member Posts: 17 ✭✭
    I was playing with it and it does seem like a bug. The only thing I can say is to create a support ticket.
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  • viruviru Member, Developers Posts: 619 ✭✭✭✭
    @pierre_gr, Kindly refer below video in there you can observe open end at both corner of right side. If you close that both end then your problem will solve.




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