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how to not let a part go through others?

bart_van_busselbart_van_bussel Member Posts: 3
i want to use a slider mate, but the example i make slides through the edges, the mate works properly but it goes on through the shell and out of my object

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  • philip_thomasphilip_thomas Member, Onshape Employees, Developers, Configurations EVP Posts: 717
    edited December 4
    Hello Bart!
    Onshape mates define the degrees of freedom that exist between two Mate Connectors.
    A degree of freedom is infinite - in the case of your slider mate, it can just keep going (including into another part).
    To stop one part going into another, add 'limits' to your mates. These limits are numerical bounds - eg your part can only move between these dimensions.



    As a tip - this is one of the few dialogs that will accept negative values ;)

    I hope this helps :smile:
    Philip Thomas - Onshape
  • gaby_rochinogaby_rochino Moderator, Onshape Employees, Configurations EVP Posts: 20
    There is also an Improvement Request here on the forums for an assembly interference/collision detection:
    Assembly Interference Detection
    https://forum.onshape.com/discussion/comment/23591#Comment_23591
    Feel free to add your thoughts to the comments.
  • bart_van_busselbart_van_bussel Member Posts: 3
    thank you both very much for the answers! i managed to do it!
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