Geometry generated in Live Parts™ is best suited for frames, mounting brackets, and similar beam-and-flange support structures. Live Parts growth-based modeling currently utilizes stem-like growth, from multiple Seed Cells to multiple targets, creating robust and organic “trunk and bone-like” geometry. Thin walls and high aspect ratio thin plates are not currently ideal for Live Parts.
Because Live Parts is in active development, it only supports a limited number of volumetric shapes for "attractor" and "repeller" gradients. It is best to model mounting locations with simple geometry in the form of a single cylinder or rectangular box, and later convert the Live Parts mesh STL imported into SOLIDWORKS to a solid model and add more detailed features.
We also recommend starting with a small number of gradients and seed cells and building up models to more complex geometry. It is better to start with fewer seed cells and to adjust the combinations of background “gravity forces” and “shaping forces” applied to each gradient.