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pkquat
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Registered: ‎02-03-2004
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How can I include an Axis in an iFeature

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11-03-2005 02:42 PM
The Axis is part of the iFeature, yet when I place it there is nothing available.

The objective for this is to automatically include an axis to mate to with the iFeature. The axis runs through a centerpoint on the iFeature.

I have a feeling the answer is I can't but I am hoping it is operator error.

Pete
*Teun Ham \(IV9 SP4 / IV10 SP2\)
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Re: How can I include an Axis in an iFeature

11-04-2005 01:41 AM in reply to: pkquat
I don't think that's possible...

...like including a (composite) iMate to an iFeature...(still waiting for
that)

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The Axis is part of the iFeature, yet when I place it there is nothing
available.

The objective for this is to automatically include an axis to mate to with
the iFeature. The axis runs through a centerpoint on the iFeature.

I have a feeling the answer is I can't but I am hoping it is operator error.

Pete
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holzmand16
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Registered: ‎03-23-2010
Message 3 of 3 (65 Views)

Re: How can I include an Axis in an iFeature

11-08-2011 12:26 PM in reply to: pkquat

I too am wondering if this is possible.  Where it comes in handy is slots in a bracket.  With an axis as part of the slot it would make it easier to center the bracket with any holes. 

 

 

Doug Holzman

Project Engineer

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