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lemaycj
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03-20-2012 03:24 PM

I'm working with an assembly and I'm trying to line up the hole from a component with a ref. line (imaginary at this point) as shown on attached jpg.  Which constraint option should I be using?

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Scotty87
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Re: constraints

03-20-2012 03:54 PM in reply to: lemaycj

Looking at the pic, I'd probably do an angular (directed or undirected) assembly constraint set at 45 deg using an origin plane of the shaft and the top face (or an origin plane) of the plate.

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JDMather
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03-20-2012 04:27 PM in reply to: lemaycj

FYI an iam file is only a list of hyperlinks to ipt files and a record of assembly constraints.

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Re: constraints

03-21-2012 04:42 AM in reply to: lemaycj

The .iam is useless without the part files, but your picture is pretty clear.  I think that I would create a workplane through the 45° line and mate the hole axis to that.

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