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Cant make Subassembly "Adaptive"

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02-11-2013 02:25 PM

Hey guys,

I have an assembly that i want to insert in another assembly. When i do insert it i try to make it "Adaptive" but the option is graded out/not available. How can i make it Adaptive?

Adaptive requires geometry from other items to be projected and referenced by items within the sub assembly. Possibly you wish for a sub assembly such as a hinge to move/articulate within the main assembly, look at "Flexible".

 

RMB on the sub assembly within the main assembly and select "Flexible" from the drop-down menu.

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Re: Cant make Subassembly "Adaptive"

02-11-2013 02:32 PM in reply to: sinus19

Adaptive requires geometry from other items to be projected and referenced by items within the sub assembly. Possibly you wish for a sub assembly such as a hinge to move/articulate within the main assembly, look at "Flexible".

 

RMB on the sub assembly within the main assembly and select "Flexible" from the drop-down menu.

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Re: Cant make Subassembly "Adaptive"

02-11-2013 02:48 PM in reply to: blair

BINGO! yup thats what i wanted.. I want a hinge and a Lift support (two different assemblies with their own constrains) to work together. thanks

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