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WOW! Difficulty: Mate Plug in Tube

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gordiehl
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WOW! Difficulty: Mate Plug in Tube

Hello again!

WOW!  There has to be a way to do this simple little move/mate to face/point/line or something!
I'm just trying to move a "plug" body into a 1.125 x .120 wall tube.
It should be self-explanatory when you look at the drawing.
Any guidance would be much appreciated!
I have attached the simplest test drawing I could.

 

I hope to hear.

Thanks!

G

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jhackney1972
in reply to: gordiehl

To use a Joint, the tube has to be changed into a Component, which I did.  The Plug has been added as a Base Feature, not parametric, but it will function as a component for a Rigid Joint.  Model is attached.

 

Edit:  I have attached a revised model.  I converted the plug, the Base Feature body into a component so now both are component.  It is best to use Joints to assembly components instead of trying to Move Bodies into position.


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gordiehl
in reply to: gordiehl

Ahhh!  A feature/function I have not worked with, yet.  I'll take a look.

Thank ya Sir!

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gordiehl
in reply to: gordiehl

LOL! Incredibly easy! I think I was stuck on.. 'I'm doing something wrong'. A quick web search of 'Fusion join parts' only returns about 10K videos LOL. Thanks John!

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