I have projects that consist of subassemblies spread out among multiple source files.
When I put them together to build the final output I find that the unions fail because:
- The tolerance setting is too low.
- The tolerance setting is too high.
In one case, I have parts X-Y-Z that are joined a line.
The X and Y share a common frame at their intersection but the edges are filleted for separation.
The Y and Z intersection is complex.
To union X and Y I have to set the tolerance up to 0.001.
To union Y and Z I have set the tolerance to 0.00001.
Is this constant changing of tolerance normal or indicative of a larger problem?