Meaning of the symbol crossed out tick mark on a body in the tree outline indicate in Meshing

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admin posted this 27 September 2017

What does the symbol crossed out tick mark on a body in the tree outlineindicate in Meshing?

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Aniket posted this 14 hours ago

Please post your question as a new thread to get it a better attention. Also explain your requirement in some more details? Is it a cube? you can create a construction solid in Mechanical 2020R1.

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MTayyab posted this 3 days ago

what if you want to suppress a part for solver but show it in results just as a body?

Naveed posted this 18 March 2019

If u mean green colored crossed out tick,

This symbol appears for a meshed body within the Geometry folder, or for a multibody part whose child bodies are all meshed.

Means the body has been successfully meshed.

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cbhavsar posted this 17 October 2017

A suppressed body is indicated by a crossed out tick mark on a body in the tree. This body(s) will not be meshed or sent to the solver. A part may be suppressed by right clicking on the Part branch in the feature Tree Outline and clicking Suppress Part. The Suppress Part command suppresses all bodies that belong to the part. An "X" icon will appear in the feature Tree Outline when a part is suppressed (all bodies are suppressed). If some bodies in the part are already suppressed when the suppress command is clicked, they will remain suppressed and the unsuppressed bodies will become suppressed.

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