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Assembly with certain parts hidden

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11-12-2012 08:02 AM

Hi everyone

 

I am trying to make an assembly with certain parts visibility turned off. How is the best way to do that?

Is that a Level of Detail? Is there anything I should watch out for or a best practices on how to do that?

 

Thanks

 

Randy

Thanks. As I create my new view representation, I have three major sub-assemblies in my assembly

and when I go to save the new representation, it won't let me save two subassemblies and the error

message is 'not latest version'. How do I get my drawing to see the latest version?

Thanks again

 

 

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Re: Assembly with certain parts hidden

11-12-2012 08:10 AM in reply to: rgraham817

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Re: Assembly with certain parts hidden

11-12-2012 08:28 AM in reply to: JDMather

Thanks. As I create my new view representation, I have three major sub-assemblies in my assembly

and when I go to save the new representation, it won't let me save two subassemblies and the error

message is 'not latest version'. How do I get my drawing to see the latest version?

Thanks again

 

 

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