i import a solid component to inventor fusion and then i add anther component to make them as one geometry, when i save the file as stp the solid component converted to surfaces, i don't know why that happened, i want the two component to be solid, please help me what can i do.
You seem to have a very interesting project on the go... regarding your files...
However I didn't know that the file is a dwg...
First you have to save your model from fusion as a .sat
Then Inventor can open this file as an assembly and as far as I can see the one part comes as a solid and the bone comes as a surface. But that's Ok!!!
I used the the copy object to make a new surface around the bone and then I sculpted it.
Now you can find attached the assembly with the 2 solid parts attached. In addition you can derive this assembly through a part to avoid to have an assembly...
This can give you a straightforward solution to your problem. Although I would wait for Kevin's ideas as well as he normally brings very helpful solutions!!!
This is exactly the workflow I was thinking. I've had mediocre to poor luck using STEP files. I'm going to check out the files to see if there is anything else to suggest as well.
To be honest it was one of these very sheldom cases that a so complex model didn't have any errors on the surfaces... And the sculpt was a very easy way to follow...
Looking forward Kevin...
I am not really sure what are you doing but while you try to export in stp you should be able to find some extra options... ...you might find some luck there.
Usually a solid turning to a surface when converting to a step means it has an area when the rounding of the math causes a gap between faces, also known as a leak. it usually happens in complex areas such as blended radii or complex faces.
Can you post the original and step files you are working with? I've got an idea on how to fix, but I'd like to experiment before I post the idea as a solution...I might be wrong
these are the files
I've had quick look at the files...cool models, but very complex surfaces. I'm not at all surprised to find leaks. Ioannis suggested the best workflow. Changing to to a different neutral format should prevent the leaks.
New alternative way from the latest topic that you will find useful.
The link below shared from William and is a better shortcut! to bring solid components into Inventor directly from a dwg file.
Thanks a lot Ioannis and kevin, you have helped me a lot. This problem I was trying to solve for a week
Ioannis i would ask you to tell me the steps that you did please