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NX Quick Tips: Assembly Sequencing

by Siemens Legend Siemens Legend on ‎06-24-2014 04:00 AM - edited (7,736 Views)

 This post has moved to the NX Design Knowledge Base.

 

The complete NX Quick Tips video series can be found here.   

 

Jerry

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by Solution Partner Legend Solution Partner Legend
on ‎07-23-2015 10:50 PM

can I have a motion of 2 objects moving at the same time with different direction?

 

example:

object 1 moving along x-axis while object 2 is moving along y-axis

Thanks

by Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
on ‎07-23-2015 11:32 PM

Technically only one part can be caused to move at one time.  Now if you can come up with a constraint scheme whereby moving one part in one direction will cause some other part to move in the opposite direction, then yes, you will get a result that looks like two parts are being moved in different directions at the same time.

by Solution Partner Legend Solution Partner Legend
on ‎07-23-2015 11:36 PM

Hi John!

 

Thanks!

last questions.

what constraint scheme? assembly constraints? does the assembly constraints also apply while I am on the assembly sequence environment?

 

once again, thank you very much!

by Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
on ‎07-24-2015 02:42 AM

Yes, I was talking about 'Assembly Constraints'.  When you create an Assembly Sequence you can either ignore or honor the constraints.  So if properly constrained, when one part is moved the others parts will move as well based on how they are constrained relative to each other.

by Solution Partner Legend Solution Partner Legend
on ‎07-24-2015 05:14 AM

Thanks John, that's a great help. Smiley Happy I never knew this could happen, thanks again!

Regards,

Sen