What happened to your dimensions?
Where did they go?
How did you create sketches without dimensions?
A 12mm hole is the wrong size for a 12mm thread - there will not be any material for the fastener to attach.
Use the Hole feature to make tapped holes, not Extruded circles.
(see attached image)
Before moving to more advanced topics like assembly constraints - I recommend going through these
You assembly works as expected for me, but missing a lot of parts.
I assume you want to Mate workplane of Maza to Rodamiento, but the bearing is made as one part rather than as an assembly like a real bearing - so it is not going to work exaclty like a real bearing.
Edit Sketch5 as in image.
Right click and Show All Constraints.
What do you see?
It is better to make a simple sketch and feature and then pattern the feature rather than the sketch.
The dimension, once the sketch is ok, I did erase it. Now I could solve my problem, all the parts who must rotate together I defined as a sub assembly, then I place it into the ball bearing holder using the ball bearing axis, now works perfectly. Thank you very much for the help and forr quick answer.
The dimension, once the sketch is ok, I did erase it.
Do not erase dimensions.
I have another problem, when I want animate the assembly in inventor studio the gears doesn't move, they have constraint of motion. The assembly is too big, I attached it to Skydrive in http://sdrv.ms/1faJeVz
Find the red End of Part marker in the browser.
(End of Folded on sheet metal parts EOF)
Drag the red EOP to the top of the browser hiding all features.
Save the file with the EOP in a rolled up state.
Right click on the file name and select Send to Compressed (zipped) Folder.
Attach the resulting *.zip file here.
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