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Top Down Design: How to create a new part defined by space between part and sub-assy

fred_burttfred_burtt Member Posts: 3
Hi, I'm new to Onshape and am trying to get a handle on top-down design in this platform. I have gone through most of the tutorials and have checked a number of forum posts, but haven't found the solution.

I am trying to create a new part based on the relationship between a single part, modeled in an in-document part studio, and an imported assembly.

I created a generic model to help me understand this process, which consists of a mounting plate and an imported motor assy mated to it at an angle.

.https://cad.onshape.com/documents/986342512d85a98829cada66/w/302f90979035a36830a30743/e/b588dcaca05d2add9546afdf?renderMode=0&uiState=62b4aadea7f5115a93dc2b6a

What is the best way to go about creating a new part to act as a mounting feature to join the two?

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