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Fix In-Context Origin?

mark_legermark_leger Member Posts: 9 PRO
I have an origin in an assembly that is in the very center of sphere.




The in-context part studio that is referenced to the assembly origin somehow moved and is now offset.  Is there any way to correct the position of the in-context origin?



As you can see, it's somehow below and to the right of the assembly origin.
The part is already done, not in frame, so starting a new part studio is not what I'm looking for.

Thanks,
Mark 

Comments

  • alnis_smidchensalnis_smidchens Member Posts: 227 EDU
    Did you try "update context" after setting a primary instance in the assembly? I don't think I've had this problem before, but that might fix it.
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  • mark_legermark_leger Member Posts: 9 PRO
    Yes, I did.  I checked that the primary reference was correctly set in the assembly and updated the context in the part studio but didn't change anything.
    If I start a new In-context part studio, origin is where it's supposed to be.
  • fnxffnxf Member, User Group Leader Posts: 45 PRO
    Can you share a copy or a link to a document? 
  • mark_legermark_leger Member Posts: 9 PRO
    I redid the model in a new part studio and deleted the one that was giving me a problem.
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