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I agree that a mate connector is not the right sort of entity. Apart from what @brucebartlett points out, there is nothing inherently directional about a centre of mass, so it would be inappropriate … (View Post)1
Same is true for Solid Edge and Solidworks So, summing up for constraints/relations: we have verified that Onshape, Creo, Solidworks and Solid Edge all implement them, to elements which do n… (View Post)1
@billy and @nav I think it's a question of consistency with how other constraints operate. All sketch constraints, without exception, are 2D not 3D, and are essentially internal to the sketch. It see… (View Post)1
You are correct, and I had overlooked this lack when I made my recommendation to model only one side, but this is not going to be solved by the simple addition of "normal to profile" tangen… (View Post)1
Only the time-honoured ways, at present; nothing automatic in Onshape, but it has been requested. ON EDIT: Out of date info: apologies (and kudos to Onshape) (View Post)0