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Please note that by using this site you are consenting to the use of surface loft solidworks cookies. Learn More | Don't show this message again MySolidWorks Log In Join English English Français Deutsch 日本語 Español Everything CAD Models Training Forums Manufacturers Support Home Buzz CAD Models Training Forums Drive Support Manufacturers My Reseller Everything CAD Models Training Forums Manufacturers Support Menu Home Buzz CAD Models Training Overview Catalog My Training Training Manuals Forums Drive Support Manufacturers Overview View Manufacturers My Reseller Tooling split: Cannot knit sheets together SOLIDWORKS Forums 2 years ago Hi guys,  Im new to the forum this is my first thread, so if it's not posted properly just tell me. I had a look at similar problems, but I found that the problems were quite specific so I tried to use the same solutions but could not really apply them to my case. Im study product design in The Hague (NL) and I'm currently working on a facial brush which we had to redesign, and a part of the assigment is to construct it in Solidworks and create the Molds since it will get injection molded. I have a few parts I'm working on for this project and I get most of the molds right but there are two parts which don't work. As shown in the first screendump there are no other errors in the featuremanager.The first and most important is the casing, the problem is that when I constructed the parting line and surface I try to do the tooling split it gives me the error: Cannot knit sheets together. I have attached another screendump to illustrate it.  I hope someone can help me out, thanks in advance!Best, Caspar Categories: Modeling and Assemblies, Plastics and Mold Design Comments Last comment By: Abhay BhawalkarMon, 09 Dec 2013 10:01:00 GMT Reply Re: Tooling split: Cannot knit sheets together Caspar,Welcome to the forumThere may be different reasons for the failureIt could be the geometry issue or gaps between your parting surfacesDo a geometry analysis to see any errors By: JOHN GEORGE Tue, 05 Nov 2013 09:33:36 GMT Re: Tooling

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Design Forums → Skills & Know Hows → 3D skills and equipment Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. http://www.productdesignforums.com/topic/7934-tooling-split-problem/ Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Tooling Split Problem? Started by whatizhisname , Jan 02 2008 10:30 AM Please log in to reply 8 replies to this topic #1 whatizhisname whatizhisname Level 1 Members 44 posts Location:Singapore Status:Professional Posted 02 January 2008 - 10:30 AM Hi People ! :thumbsup: I am cannot knit trying to perform mold split using Sw 2006 into a 2-plate single cavity mold w/o side cores. Done my parting line no shut off done my parting surface When I tried to do a mold split, this Error message says - Cannot knit sheets together pops out. Was I doing something wrong in selecting parting cannot knit sheets lines or parting surface? Anyone can help please? Thanks! Back to top #2 whatizhisname whatizhisname Level 1 Members 44 posts Location:Singapore Status:Professional Posted 02 January 2008 - 06:06 PM hmmm ... having problems putting up the file ... let's start from the top again :blush: hmmm ... still having problems as the file was not allowed to be uploaded ... anyway ... here's the link ... Click Here !Moderators : let me know if i'm in the wrong topic category. Back to top #3 zxys zxys Top Member Members 286 posts Location:Scotts Valley, Ca. Status:Professional At:zxys.com Posted 02 January 2008 - 07:32 PM unfortunately, the problem is with SW and/or/in the way it is trying to resolve the overlap/trim/merge of the 4 overlaping areas were your 4 snap feature lay common to the core/cavity. Even if you had created the parting line correctly, (which it is not currently,.. it follows under the 4 snap faces), a parting surface can not be created because of the way the 90 degree

 

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