How to join two components

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Hello, I have two components, one represents the femur bone and the other an implant. I want to study applied forces to this implant but first i have join these two components in a way that can be seen in the picture. Any ideas on how to do that? ![https://www.sciencephoto.com/media/520505/view/prosthetic-hip-joint-and-gruen-zones]


3 Replies Last Post 21 Jun 2020, 13:13 GMT-4
Edgar J. Kaiser Certified Consultant

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Posted: 3 months ago 21 Jun 2020, 08:34 GMT-4

Margarida,

any two domains sharing a boundary are joined by default as long as you choose the default form union at the end of the geometry sequence.

Cheers Edgar

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Edgar J. Kaiser
emPhys Physical Technology
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Margarida, any two domains sharing a boundary are joined by default as long as you choose the default form union at the end of the geometry sequence. Cheers Edgar

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Posted: 3 months ago 21 Jun 2020, 11:03 GMT-4

Thank you for your help. I've tried an automatic union but the components don't seem to align in a right way as seen in the picture.

Thank you for your help. I've tried an automatic union but the components don't seem to align in a right way as seen in the picture.


Edgar J. Kaiser Certified Consultant

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Posted: 3 months ago 21 Jun 2020, 13:13 GMT-4
Updated: 3 months ago 21 Jun 2020, 14:35 GMT-4

Yes the patient might be a little unhappy with such a result. You can translate and rotate the parts for proper alignment.

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Edgar J. Kaiser
emPhys Physical Technology
www.emphys.com
Yes the patient might be a little unhappy with such a result. You can translate and rotate the parts for proper alignment.

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