I just took a look. I downloaded both components to separate files, then opened a new SketchUp model and loaded them into my model through the Components Tray - taking care to place them well away from each other whilst I examined them more closely. Note: Nothing crashed for me.
First, I took a look at your Component Attributes. You’ve used more custom Attributes than I would have believed possible for what is such simple geometry! Frankly, my head hurt just looking at them.
Next, I took a look at the Outliner:
Notice that you have two instances of the same subcomponent: “Vertical_karkas”. I’m not sure how you managed to insert them in two different orientations visual orientations. But perhaps you haven’t as the various formulas that refer to “parent!<something>” have different parents, one for each instance - and those parents may have different values in their <something> attributes.
So I tried editing the geometry in one of the “Vertical_karkas” instances, and since they are two instances of the same component, I expected the other one to reflect similar changes - but it didn’t.
Back to the attributes, you appear to be trying to work around issues involved in cm<–>inches conversion (based on the multiplication by 2.54 in a few places), but I can’t figure out what you really want to happen.
There’s so much weird stuff happening that I think it’s time to go back to the drawing board.
- Make the geometry as simple as you can.
- Don’t try to separate faces from edges - as it appears you’ve done, although I can’t discern why!
- Do you intend for the vertical to behave differently from the horizontal, other than that they are rotated 90 degrees from each other about the green axis? If not, then you don’t need two components, just two instances of the same component with one rotated 90 degrees from the other - by hand, not in the attribute formulas.
- Leave out any extraneous custom variables! If it’s not used in a formula you absolutely have to have - leave it out! Add them only as you discover you need them.
- And don’t try any units conversion. Stick with one until you have the basic intended function working, then and only then worry about stuff like that.
Hope this helps!