Creating a clash check between one or more filters that contain various elements is quite easy, to do so the following steps can be followed:
- Load a Model or Model Set into Verifi3D that contains Filters associated with it.
- Navigate to the sidebar and go to "Rules" in the "Validate" section.
- Next, you will see the "Rules" UI display on the left side of the 3D Viewer.
- To create a clash check click on the three dots next to the "Rule Name" and select the option "+Add Rule".
Note: Here, you can also create a RuleSet to help keep the rules organized.
- After clicking on "Add Rule", select the three dots next to the rule. This allows you to rename, remove and "Set Parameters" for the rule. Click on "Set Parameters".
- When you click "Set Parameters" the Rule Editor opens. Here you will see a drop-down menu that composes of the options "Clash Check, Property Check, and "Intersection Check".
- As we are performing a clash check; select "Clash Check" in the dropdown. This will then update the UI where you will be able to select one or more "Base Filters" that you wish to clash against "Colliding Filters".
- Select filters by using the "+" button. By using filters, you choose what elements you want to clash against each other.
- After selecting the filters you can specify a tolerance for the check and click on "Ok" to save the check.
- Lastly, execute the check by pressing the play button next to the check.
Check Result Colours
The results from the check will show in either green, blue or red colour:
- Green indicates elements that have passed the check.
- Blue indicates colliding elements that have failed the check but are not part of the base filter.
- Red indicates base elements that have failed the check.