Today I have a real head scratcher. A co-worker of mine is working on creating some augers for us and the flighting needs to be trimmed at the end of the auger. After everything is assembled he created an assembly cut, selected through all-both and selected the flight to cut, selected ok and nothing happened.
I swear I'm not crazy, but this thing just started popping up on me any time I open a part from an assembly, make a change, and then close the part window. It's super annoying. Like...I get it. I know how the rebuild button works.
Hole series makes some or all parts of bolt assembly to be transparent Moreover even though bolt assembly parts are toolbox parts, Hole Series feature can make hole not only in structural members but in parts of bolt assembly.
I have an assembly with a derived sketch from the sketch plane F.G. Elevation from a part above it in the feature tree: If I go up the feature tree in the assembly, you can see F.G. Elevation plane right here:
I updated my SW toolbox with part numbers and descriptions using the export/import function. The toolbox now shows the information. When go I to an assembly drawing with those screws it doesn't show the part number or the description. I tried rebuild.
I have a tool which consists of two different setups - I would like to illustrate this in my assembly with two different configurations. I have to supress parts for each configuration, but it seems like when I supress a part in one configuration it will also be supressed in the other?
I have a multibody part composed by sheet-metal a welding frame element, I trying to use smart fastener but solidworks doesn't detect sheet surface and put bolt only on frame members. anyone knows why? Some pictures explaining problem