Contrôle approfondi des modèles avec vérification lors de la reconstruction

Article by Scott Durksen, CSWE updated January 24, 2012


In general, a standard rebuild with the toolbar button or a complete rebuild by pressing CTRL-Q will update the model with the changes you’ve made.  But you may want to add an extra step if you’re working with complex models or surfaces.

By default, rebuilds check every new or changed feature against only adjacent faces and edges.  This allows for a faster rebuild times and will locate issues in the majority of models.

When you are working with complex models and surfaces, it’s a good idea to do a thorough error-check every once and a while to ensure all features are error-free.  There is a setting under Tools > Options > System Options tab > Performance.

Enabling “Verification on Rebuild” will force the model to check new or changed features against all faces and edges of the model.  This will decrease performance, so you should disable this option after the complete rebuild.  Any errors should be corrected as soon as they are found to ensure future features will not be adversely affected. If this check is not performed, typically any problems in the geometry will not show up until the model is exported to another format for use by another CAD or CAM application.

Scott Durksen, CSWE

Scott est ingénieur d'application SOLIDWORKS Elite et travaille dans notre bureau de Dartmouth, en Nouvelle-Écosse.