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Editing holes created in assembly

I used the Assembly Features/Holes with "Create Part Features" and "Create Synchronous Cuts, Holes, Revolved Cuts if possible" options checked.  I placed the hole on the bottom and it worked fine, however, I don't know how to find and edit the hole.  When I create holes in the part environment, the hole is shown in the pathfinder, but it's not shown in the assembly environment.

 

How do I edit holes created in assembly?

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Accepted by topic author SPXAli
‎09-15-2015 01:46 PM

Re: Editing holes created in assembly

Did you create part features, assembly-driven features, or assembly features? With the last two you should have them listed at the top of the pathfinder just under reference planes. If it's the first you have to go to the part.

Bruce Shand
ST9 MP7 - Insight - Win10 - K4200

Re: Editing holes created in assembly

Thank you.  I thought if I created it in assembly I could edit it in assembly even though it's a part feature.