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Insert and position components in the Assembly environment.
|Category ||New Users |
|Time Required ||60 minutes |
|Tutorial Files Used ||Cylinder Base.ipt, Cylinder Body Sub_Assy.iam, Clamp Sketch.ipt, Long Shaft.ipt, Short Shaft.ipt, Lock Pin.ipt, 6mm SHCS.ipt. | Note
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An assembly is a collection of components constrained to each other. This exercise introduces workflows you can use to insert and precisely position components relative to each other.
The goal of the tutorial is to introduce techniques you can use to position and analyze the movement of components. Some of the topics covered are:
- Assembly constraints
- Contact sets
- Flexible assemblies
- Analyze interference
- Insert components
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