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How does "rigid set" work in the assembly relationships, and is it ok to use it when nothing else seems to work? I'm trying to hook a spring to a hole at one end and an eye bolt to the other. Thank you.

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Re: RIDGID SET

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I might not be best placed to answer this because I've been using SE
since v2 and I haven't used Rigid Set yet. Could you zip up your files
(Part with hole, spring etc) and we might be able to tell you how to
assemble these?
Rigid Set is fine to use but you might be better with other assembly
options. Have you tried Connect, and when all else fails, 'Match
Coordinate Systems'? Also, have you tried right clicking on a part in
the assembly and using the 'Show/Hide Component' options so that you can
see useful Reference Axes or Planes or suitable Coordinate Systems,
Constructions etc?
Hope that's of some help, regards,
Frank
On 23/02/2014 19:06, dschledewi@aol.com wrote:
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> How does "rigid set" work in the assembly relationships, and is it ok to
> use it when nothing else seems to work? I'm trying to hook a spring to a
> hole at one end and an eye bolt to the other. Thank you.
>
>

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Re: RIDGID SET

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