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I've been involved in coming up with part numbering schemes for multiple employers. At first I was a big advocate for smart numbers where every portion had a significance. Eventually though you will … (View Post)1
(Quote) This is why we need assembly feature based patterns. For now it's either replicate or manually match the part pattern to the feature pattern. How nice would it be to have the screws … (View Post)1
I had this issue with a project I was working on too. The orange part in the top picture is the sketch that I have highlighted in the feature tree. The bottom picture is what the sketch looks like wh… (View Post)1
You can use "move face" or "thicken" on the extruded parts. I found that setting the depth to 0.05mm kept most of the geometry intact. Just do a selection window around the states… (View Post)7
@gerald_comeau As Neil stated you should model everything 1:1. The only place anything is typically scaled is in a drawing. Drawings are created by inserting scaled views of your model. (View Post)6