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don_williams909 said: NeilCooke said: A conic rho dimension is automatically generated and not seen as a “first dimension added”. Scaling the entire sketch by first value entered is correct behaviour. Therefore if you don’t want it t…
NeilCooke said: A conic rho dimension is automatically generated and not seen as a “first dimension added”. Scaling the entire sketch by first value entered is correct behaviour. Therefore if you don’t want it to scale just accept the system …
NeilCooke said: don_williams909 said: Creo's Parameter-driven modeling and menu systems. Can you be a bit more specific? Hi Neil, you do some of it, in a round-about kind of way, but with Creo's Parameters, you can dri…
So... I would Love to see the Configurations be included in Display States. And, as others have pointed out, getting all of that to a drawing would be great. Also, being able to have an "Explode" state like what Creo does is Extremely Useful for d…
To further explain... we need to do this only for imported models, not models that we create and can easily assign a material to. Thanks.
As I see it, the sheet metal still lacks some pretty basic functionality, which I'm sure will be there in the future. Making countersinks/holes in the flat pattern etc. Even the ability to make the part flat, add all the features, and then bend it…
I also want the ability to organize in folders. One example is with Grouping in an Assembly. Instead of taking all the parts and surfaces that make up the assembly and condensing them into a folder in the tree, it creates a Group down farther in t…
NeilCooke said: EDIT: I changed the second part studio by boolean-ing all the parts together (since once glued they are one part, right?) - now you can use the fillet tool to your heart's content. So you can merge the parts of an assemb…
So I guess the only method available is to copy the original Part Studio and make the changes there. I guess it works, but not an ideal solution. One still has to create sketches to add the radii if they affect more than one part instead of simply…