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Assembly

edda_jostedda_jost Member Posts: 9
How can I place 5 buttons in the same distance to each other in Assembly?

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    robert_scott_jr_robert_scott_jr_ Member Posts: 317 ✭✭✭
    I would do it as it was done in Assembly 2 (see link to document below), using a linear pattern. I think that grouping the 3 parts you created in Knoff was to make them as one. Take a look at Knoff 2. Instead of having separate sketches for part 1 and part 2 both parts are done in the same sketch and the extrude included both enclosed sketch areas. The extrude I did on the circular part was an 'add' not 'new' as you had done, making all 3 of the parts you created as one. That could be inserted instead of all 3 parts created in Knoff. - Scotty

    https://cad.onshape.com/documents/3e9da44d41d0662ce08a1f11/w/aaa33eb59584f2f54b592219/e/695ed7eaef71ce4ea8437e04
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