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Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 3:30:13 PM | How to find the missing void object in family

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Hi all

I have put a void sweep in a family (together with some solid objects) and multiple cut some elements outside the family. Now i wanna make some changes to family but since i cannot recall void object inside the family, i cannot apply "uncut" on the objects, so it keeps giving error messages.

 

I know that when you cut sth the void always appear when you move cursor over the cutting surface, but not this time. I tried to do it in and out the editing mode of the in-place family, but didnt work!?!. When i try to erase the cut elements (outside the family) the whole family disappears.

 

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ps: i use ra 2008



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Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 5:54:48 PM | How to find the missing void object in family

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hi,

how about isolating the family, then select all by crossing window. and then use filter selection - does the void sweep finally appear in the selection checkboxes?


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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 6:45:14 AM | How to find the missing void object in family

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Hmm good idea, thx. Should give a try (i deleted and redone everything at that problematic point)

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Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 5:09:08 AM | How to find the missing void object in family

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Hi,

other option: if it gives you warnings / error messages with the void sweep, you can look up it's elememt ID (in tools - review warnings) and in Family editing mode you go to tools - element IDs - select by ID, enter the ID of the void and edit or delete or whatever you like to do with it now, as it is selected!!

I do loads with in place void families and find this works best!

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