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hawkinsCadGuy
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How to copy a part and place it at a certain location

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04-30-2013 11:43 AM

Hello,

I am trying to copy a part that is in my assembly drawing and then place multiple instances of that part at equally spaced distance between each other. I can copy the part but i don't know how to place the copied part at the distance i want to place it in. Any help is appriciated, thanks.

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cbenner
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04-30-2013 11:51 AM in reply to: hawkinsCadGuy

When you say assembly drawing, I assume you mean assembly model?  You copy the part and then place it and control the location with assembly constraints, then you can use a pattern to get the rest.

 

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Re: How to copy a part and place it at a certain location

04-30-2013 12:06 PM in reply to: cbenner

Problem solved! Thank you for your help

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