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Matt-Dimon
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Registered: ‎03-02-2003
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Creating a flexible wire

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11-27-2002 05:18 PM
is there any way I can create a piece of wire that will flex into position when placed in a *.iam? The position will change dependent of the *.iam it place into there for some sort of ipart would be good.
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rasmussen.egon
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Registered: ‎12-31-2002
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Re: Creating a flexible wire

11-27-2002 07:03 PM in reply to: Matt-Dimon
Hi Matt-Dimon

Could you explain a bit more ?.

Egon
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: Creating a flexible wire

11-28-2002 01:33 AM in reply to: Matt-Dimon
You probably want to look at adaptive 3D
sketches.  They are made in the context of the assembly.  iParts are
not adaptive.  See my tutorial on Introduction to 3D Sketches for more
info.


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is
there any way I can create a piece of wire that will flex into position when
placed in a *.iam? The position will change dependent of the *.iam it place
into there for some sort of ipart would be good.

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