Can somebody show me the step by step procedure how to use the unification.
I try to find tutorial in the learn server but it seems there is not specific topic on it.
I have tried also but I could not successfully get the proper result.
Thanks in advanced.
Please see help topics:
Home > Drawing Composition > Dynamic View Unification Glue > Unification Glue Settings and Variables
Home > Drawing Composition > Dynamic View Unification Glue > Turn Unification [I think that should read Toggle Unification!]
Unification Glue is used when the Unify box is ticked in DV reference presentation (normally set by your Drawing Seeds)
When working with clip volumes or other Dynamic Views in your 3D model AECOsim > Drawing Production > Settings > Unification Toggles glue in the active file (but does not affect Saved Views)
To demonstrate place two sections of wall so they are parallel and touching. Create a clip volume that intersects with them, then toggle Unification.
Answer Verified By: IronMaxSteel
Hi Marc Thomas,
Thank you for your help, but I have already tried your suggestion above but still not working for me my drawings still show their overlapping each other.
Please can you tell us more about what you are experiencing?
The problem is I tried already what you suggested but still the 2 elements in my dynamic view still not unify.
Are the elements using the same Family + Part or a common unifier, and are they only touching and not overlapping?
Unify - dynamic vs cached.dgn
I just checked your SR and it looks like Sanchayan was not able to reproduce those results in CONNECT or V8i. At least not when the two elements are touching vs. overlapping (which is not supported by Unification Glue).
so far only touching working on my it did do unified the two element but for overlapping is not working, anyway that what I need for now.
Thanks for responding.
You're welcome! Unification Glue does not support overlapping elements so that would explain the difference. However, in real-world terms overlapping 3D elements should not exist, so the lack of unification in some cases can be similar to clash detection in pointing out potential problem areas.