I have a bunch of assemblies that are acting this way and I am not sure why.
I ahve built the parts and built the sub-assemblies with-out errors, once everything looks good I place the subassemblies into my top level assembly.
Everything still looks good with no errors.
I do a rebuild of the top level assembly and find 20 or so errors.
Most of the errors are bogus and editing the constraint with-out changing anything removes the errors, typicaly.
On a bunch of the sub-assemblies the error showed up in the top level assembly, so I edit the part only to find the constraint is relevant but with errors so I suppress it to remove the error. Save and go back to the top level assembly only to find there is another constraint error in the same assembly that I suppresed the constraint to remove the error. This goes back and forth between top level and sub-assembly till all constraints are suppresed or deleted for the sub-assembly. Then the same thing happens to another sub-assembly.
This is driving me crazy, the only solution that I have found is to delete all constraints and rebuild each sub-assembly with the same constraints that were initialy used.
How do I stop this snowball effect???????????????????
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Johnson Shiue (email@example.com)
Principal SQA Engineer, Inventor
I think I have it figured out...
For some reason I deleted a assembly constraint, re-constrained it in the exact same way and all the other constraint errors disappeared. Not sure why or how but it worked.
Thanks anyway, much appriciated!!!