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==Descrição==
 
==Descrição==
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The '''Validate sketch''' utility can be used to repair a sketch that is no longer editable, has invalid constraints, or to add missing [[Sketcher ConstrainCoincident|coincident constraints]] to a sketch created from imported geometry such as DXF files. It can also be useful to locate a missing coincidence in a native sketch that generates a "can't validate broken face" error when trying to apply a PartDesign feature.
  
  
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==How to use==
 
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# Select the sketch to validate, either from the Model tree, or by clicking on one of its edges in the 3D view. '''Note:''' the sketch must not be in editing mode. If you are in sketch edit mode, you need to [[Sketcher LeaveSketch|exit the sketch]].
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# Open the validate sketch utility from the Sketch or Part Design menu.
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# See [[#Options|Options]] below for operation.
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# Press the {{Button|Close}} button when done.
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==Options==
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===Missing coincidences===
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Finds out missing coincidences for overlapping vertices, and adds them. Press the {{Button|Find}} button; a pop up dialog will appear to report how many missing coincidences were found; they will be shown in the 3D view as yellow crosses. Press {{Button|OK}} to close the dialog, then press the {{Button|Fix}} button to add the missing coincidences.
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If necessary, define a larger tolerance value in the drop-down field.
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Leave the "Ignore construction geometry" checkbox checked to disregard construction geometry in the analysis.
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===Invalid constraints===
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===Reversed external geometry===
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===Constraint orientation locking===
  
  

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Sketcher ValidateSketch

Veja também
Sketch / Part Design → Validate sketch
Bancadas de trabalho
Sketcher, PartDesign
Atalho padrão
None
Veja também
None


Descrição

The Validate sketch utility can be used to repair a sketch that is no longer editable, has invalid constraints, or to add missing coincident constraints to a sketch created from imported geometry such as DXF files. It can also be useful to locate a missing coincidence in a native sketch that generates a "can't validate broken face" error when trying to apply a PartDesign feature.


Sketcher validation tasks pt-br.png


How to use

  1. Select the sketch to validate, either from the Model tree, or by clicking on one of its edges in the 3D view. Note: the sketch must not be in editing mode. If you are in sketch edit mode, you need to exit the sketch.
  2. Open the validate sketch utility from the Sketch or Part Design menu.
  3. See Options below for operation.
  4. Press the Close button when done.

Options

Missing coincidences

Finds out missing coincidences for overlapping vertices, and adds them. Press the Find button; a pop up dialog will appear to report how many missing coincidences were found; they will be shown in the 3D view as yellow crosses. Press OK to close the dialog, then press the Fix button to add the missing coincidences.

If necessary, define a larger tolerance value in the drop-down field.

Leave the "Ignore construction geometry" checkbox checked to disregard construction geometry in the analysis.

Invalid constraints

Reversed external geometry

Constraint orientation locking