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Ray_P
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Registered: ‎05-29-2003
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i part factory

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12-17-2013 06:59 AM
Hello does any one know of a way to mirror an I-part in the part factory table. I have searched and tried and sure would be nice. When a left hand part is required in a model there is not an easy way to mirror a factory part. I have recently found that if I derive in the parent factory part rather than the child component I can get better results. I set the parent part to desired configuration and update then suppress link in the mirror part. This works well but to create an I-Factory assembly it is not feasible as I cannot use table replace feature in the I-Assembly. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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IgorMir
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Re: i part factory

12-17-2013 05:00 PM in reply to: Ray_P

Hi Ray,

It's pretty simple. Please see the attached iPart. The file is in IV2010 format.

Best Regards,

Igor.

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Re: i part factory

12-18-2013 06:36 AM in reply to: IgorMir
Thanks this helped I had to resolve some issues with the flat pattern errors but it does work. Thanks to IgorMir

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