Hello (Simple question)
How to make a new model to a existing assembly ? (Inside the assembly)
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I Moved the coordinate system of the new Model and started the sketch from its Planes... Not the same though is there possibility to select the Planes from existing assembly ?
make sure that u set the selection scope to entire assembly
Ok. Does it form "a costant connection / relation" ?
So when I modify the reference part will the new model break down / corrupt giving error codes ?
-> What is the best way to create a new model inside existing assembly ?
If you use the entire assembly connection you don't have a link between the face of the component and your sketch in the new component
if you want to create a link you can use the option "create interpart link"
this will automatticly create a link between the selected geometry.
or you can always use the wave geometry linker
Ok. these are all new things for me:
1.) "Create interpart link"...
2.) "Wave geometry linker". Used only 6 months NX at my work.
wave geometry linker can be used to linked curves sketch faces bodies between parts.
if you doe this and the parent sketch is changed then will the linked face will also change. this has to be in an assembly structure.
See movie for a example:
so with wave geometry linker you will create first the linked faces before creating a sketch of extrude.
if you use the create interpart link NX will create the links for you when you select them in the extrude feature.
for more information about wave linking: