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assembly relationship

I am new to solidedge and I am using solidworks..

now I want to learn solidedge

I started that, and now i have some questions.

Please help me to learn it faster.

 

1)Is it any way to know all parts in asssmebly are fully definded?

2)how can I give relationship using part reference plane? 

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Accepted by topic author Raumik
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Re: assembly relationship

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Regarding your first question, yes there is a quick way to determine if a part is fully postioned. See the online help section titled "PathFinder in assemblies," which explains what the different pathfinder icons mean.

 

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David McMahon
Solid Edge ST9, MP8
HP Z2 Mini, Windows 10
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Accepted by topic author Raumik
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HI @Raumik

 

 

 

first answer already is given, and the answer to the second question would be "Yes" this also is possible ver easyily.

 

When inserting parts or subassemblies You have to press the "Paste - Construction Display" button.

Here You can temporaraly acitvate the visibility of planes, coordinate systems, surfaces, and so on

 

This is available for the pasting part as wel as for the relation parts.

 

But, this only is true if You turn off the flash fit option in placement

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regards
Wolfgang

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Hi @Raumik

 

 

 

another option would be to turn ON the visibility of planes and coordinate systems during inserting of parts.

 

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regards
Wolfgang

Re: assembly relationship

THANKS FOR THE HELP

Re: assembly relationship

Hi @Raumik

 

welcome, happy to help You

 



regards
Wolfgang