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How to repeat a hole on the other extreme of a wooden beam
Hello all, I must first be warning you that you are facing a complete and total beginner on 3D modelling.
I'm currently trying to finish a training wall intended for dog training, that has been around the web and it's known as a Schutzhund A Frame Wall.
Here's the project I'm basing off: https://doberman-chat.com/threads/built-our-own-schutzhund-wall.13500/
Also, here: http://malinut.com/ref/library/aframe/
The main Issue i'm facing right now is, because of the Learning centre Multi-Part Studios section: https://learn.onshape.com/learn/course/fundamentals-multi-part-part-studios/why-use-multi-part-part-studios/
I've decided to go with only two frame beams, one vertical and one horizontal, and then in the Assembly use linear patterns, as suggested here:https://learn.onshape.com/learn/course/fundamentals-multi-part-part-studios/why-use-multi-part-part-studios/avoiding-multi-part-modeling-bad-practices
But now, I'm facing a problem with the holes that I want to drill in order to fasten the frames later in the assembly.
I'm sure I am following a bad practice somewhere, so I would like some advice on how to do the frame to later include it in the assembly.
Should I make a single part design in the frame part studio? And then import it to the assembly as a whole piece?
You can see the project here: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/120f2f7f932d43bcbb02b949/w/6444b0cb13a6b37f2f59a32d/e/cb201918e80642ccdb6a339b
My issue is on the "Frame" tab, where the Horizontal and Vertical beams come together.