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I cant figure out how to import a part into design studio....I dont want an assembly

tim_ocallaghantim_ocallaghan Member Posts: 5


I'm in part studio and i want to import another part created (below) into part studio so I can work on both...I don't want an assembly as I can't do the same things....HOW do I import that 2nd part


Best Answers

  • matthew_stacymatthew_stacy Member Posts: 414 PRO
    Answer ✓
    @tim_ocallaghan, "Derived Part" is the tool that you are looking for.  And then use the "Transform" tool, if needed to correctly position the derived part.
  • eric_pestyeric_pesty Member Posts: 575 PRO
    edited August 10 Answer ✓
    thanks so much I would NEVER have figured that out....
    You really should consider going through the "Onshape fundamentals" training...

    You'll learn all about this and lots more and will get a lot more out of Onshape, well worth the time as you will be able to do things a lot faster after that.

Answers

  • matthew_stacymatthew_stacy Member Posts: 414 PRO
    Answer ✓
    @tim_ocallaghan, "Derived Part" is the tool that you are looking for.  And then use the "Transform" tool, if needed to correctly position the derived part.
  • tim_ocallaghantim_ocallaghan Member Posts: 5
    thanks so much I would NEVER have figured that out....
  • eric_pestyeric_pesty Member Posts: 575 PRO
    edited August 10 Answer ✓
    thanks so much I would NEVER have figured that out....
    You really should consider going through the "Onshape fundamentals" training...

    You'll learn all about this and lots more and will get a lot more out of Onshape, well worth the time as you will be able to do things a lot faster after that.
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