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Old   May 13, 2009, 21:56
Default Any other way of converting a multi part to a single part avoiding ANSYS Design Model
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Hello,

I'm having a problem with ANSYS CFX 11 SP1. Were I work we don't have ANSYS Design Modeller. Does any one know how to convert a CAD file containing multiple parts and convert to a single part but still conserving the multiple bodies?
As similar operation in Design Modeller Tools>Form New Part
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Sorry, at the moment, the only way to create a multi-body part in the normal Workbench process is with DMů The ANSYS Meshing tool does not yet have this option.
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