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Accessing Sheet Metal Bodies in Multibody Parts

You can access the bodies of a multibody sheet metal part in the main FeatureManager design tree or in a cut list added to the top of the tree.

  1. In the FeatureManager design tree, expand corner_Mirrored Features1 to view the features of the mirrored body, which was the original body in the part.

  2. Near the top of the tree, expand the cut list .

    The cut list shows two bodies:

    Body-Move/Copy1

    and Body-Move/Copy2

  3. Expand Body-Move/Copy1.

    The features listed are the same as the features under corner_Mirrored Features1.

  4. Right-click Body-Move/Copy1 and click Flatten .

    Body-Move/Copy1 flattens and the second body is hidden.

  5. Right-click Body-Move/Copy1 again and click Exit Flatten to restore the body to its folded state.

    You can also click Exit Flatten in the Confirmation Corner.

    Both bodies are visible.

  6. Right-click Body-Move/Copy2 and click Isolate.

    Only Body-Move/Copy2 is visible.

  7. In the Isolate dialog box, click Visibility of Removed Bodies and select Transparent .

    Body-Move/Copy1 appears in a transparent state.

  8. Click again and click Hidden.

    Body-Move/Copy1 is hidden.

  9. Click Exit Isolate.

    Both bodies are completely visible.



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