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mate connector based on other mate connector in assembly

stvnvl_8501stvnvl_8501 Member Posts: 120 PRO
edited January 24 in Community Support
Is it possible to create a mate connector based off another mate connector in assembly?

in part studio you could either use a custom feature like multimateconnector or use transform to move and copy the original mateconnector. 
problem with transform however  its no loger linked to the owner part of the original mate connector. 

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    STEGSTEG Member, User Group Leader Posts: 79 PRO
    Hello,

    No you can't.
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    adrian_vlzkzadrian_vlzkz Member Posts: 259 PRO
    Is it possible to create a mate connector based off another mate connector in assembly?

    in part studio you could either use a custom feature like multimateconnector or use transform to move and copy the original mateconnector. 
    problem with transform however  its no loger linked to the owner part of the original mate connector. 

    What would be the use-case for this?

    Adrian V. | Onshape Ambassador
    CAD Engineering Manager
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