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alinik October 5, 2009 13:02

ACIS error 50004
 
hi, when I try to import a geometry of STEP format into gambit, I encounter this error :"ACIS error 50004 : coedge parameter rang is zero".
can anybody please help me?

-mAx- October 6, 2009 01:46

disable all the options except "make Tolerant"
Else try to reimport your step file into the cad soft you tried to export from.
If it not successfull then, it lies in your first export.

alinik October 6, 2009 04:17

ACIS error 50004
 
I almost did what u said but the problem exists.I think if I decrease the tolerance in gambut the problem will be solved
do u have any idea how i can do that?

-mAx- October 6, 2009 05:52

on which cad soft do you export your step?

alinik October 6, 2009 10:58

I used CATIA V5R17 to make the step file

-mAx- October 6, 2009 11:27

upload your step file on a server and give the link
Were you able to retrieve your geometry as you imported your step file into CATIA?

alinik October 7, 2009 00:51

here is the link
http://rapidshare.com/files/28968496..._5004.rar.html

yes I could retrieve my file back in CATIA

PSYMN October 7, 2009 10:57

Version...
 
I have not looked at your file, but it may be a version thing...

CatiaV5 may be exporting an ACIS version that GAMBIT's ACIS reader was never updated to support.

You may want to look into your CatiaV5 export settings to see if it can export in older versions of ACIS. For instance, if it is currently at ACIS 18, then you may want to export as ACIS 12.

Simon

-mAx- October 8, 2009 02:13

I was able to import it without problem within gambit 2.4.6


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