maybe this seems a daft question..
but do I need any other relationships in Synchronous other than Ground when compiling a GA assembly model ??
If I do why??
I don't quite understand your question, nor the term "GA assyembly".
Can you expand a bit please.
are you asking about grounded faces in a Sync model or Ground relationship in an Assy?
... Ground when compiling a GA assembly model ...
An assembly by definition is wether Synchronous nor Traditional, it is what it is, an assembly!
And what does it mean "Compiling a GA asm"?
yes. no different.
Yes, thee is no difference any mor since ST4
From St to ST3 there were different templates for ASM too, but for longer than 6/7 years there is nothing else different in ASM in order which type of part You are assembling.
Only when change geometry within a part or create geometry direct for a part You can see that SE is working slightly different.
But not for how to bring parts into an ASM
Matt & HawCad
Thanks for for your replies...
I'm used to working in synchronous as opposed to ordered but I have been asked to
do some modelling in ordered and just wondered if there was a difference between
both enviroments in assemblies as well..