Use the Clashes tab to run clash detection between elements of a model or between multiple models.
Click Collaborate Palette Clashes Tab.
To run a clash detection
- Click Subsets.
- In the list on the left, select the first set of objects or models to run a clash detection against.
- In the list on the right, select the objects to check against the first set of objects.
- For Tolerance, specify the value (in centimeters) to set a minimum tolerance for a clash to be included in detection results.
- Select a subset and click Run to start the clash detection.
- To save a report, select the clashes to save and click Save.
Subset Menu Pair Menu
Displays a list of all the saved subsets of the current project.
To import a subset currently saved in any other project
- Click Import.
- In the Subset Pair List dialog, select the subset to import.
- Click Import.
To export a subset to another project.
- Select a subset and click Export.
- In the dialog, select the project to which you want to export the subset.
- Click Export.
To delete the current subset
Select a saved subset and click Delete.
To save the current subset
- Select a set of elements or models from the lists.
- Click Save.
- In the Subset Pair Name dialog, name the subset and click Save.
To select the current subset
In List view, select the Select All checkbox to select all clashes.
Uncheck Select All to deselect all the clashes.
To isolate/reveal clashes
- Select Isolate.
When Isolate is enabled, selecting a clash from List or Matrix highlights the two elements of the clash. All other elements display as transparent.
- When Reveal is disabled, all the model elements are displayed.
To zoom in to the selected clash
- When the Fit checkbox is enabled, selecting a clash from List or Matrix highlights the two elements of the clash and the view zooms in.
- When the View All checkbox is unchecked, the view zooms in or out to display all the elements of the model in the 3D Model Viewer.