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A rack and pinion is your best option for coupling those motions. Unfortunately, you can't select the sliding and rotation components of the cylindrical mate to care the relation. The way around this… (View Post)1
Here are my attempts: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/6d25c7d234b2a3791d2fb4e5/w/d272849b5d0725527f2bafc4/e/ac6c7485ceeb4fbe02236fee The "Convex Poly" part studio has the simplest feature… (View Post)2
One of the lines in the rectangle is constrained to be horizontal or vertical. Remove that constraint (either click "show constraints" or mouse over each line, find the vert/horiz constrain… (View Post)1
Change detection to prevent making unnecessary revisions will be a lifesaver. I've had to make so many individual obsoletions to correct that mistake. (View Post)3
A fastened mate is probably the best way to go. You can mouse over the coped face to select mate connectors at the center of the curved surface (see screenshot). You may have to use an offset unless … (View Post)1