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    Discussion in 'SolidWorks' started by kushy, Apr 8, 2013.

    1. kushy

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      Can we insert a part into a part drawing? I said yes but my friend have some doubt.Is this right or wrong?
       
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    3. robagu

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      Dear kushy,
      I recommend to make an assembly from the parts, and save the assembly as a part if You need it. As I know you can copy features, bodies from one part to another, but the I prefer to make an assembly (and save it as a part).
       
    4. kushy

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      Thanks.
      What is spit line?when to use this?Please give me one example.
       
    5. robagu

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      With split line feature you can define individual area(s) on face. I am use when I need a separate area on face, but I don't want to extrude, or cut. You can simply use to set a different color than the material itself (eg.: You want to sign the product with a red painted dot :) ), or it has a great advance when You simulate force on face (easy click and select force area on face).
       
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      With split line feature you can define individual area(s) on face. I use when I need a separate area on face, but I don't want to extrude, or cut. You can simply use to set a different color than the material itself (eg.: You want to sign the product with a red painted dot :) ), or it has a great advance when You simulate force on face (easy click and select force area on face).
       
    7. peter42

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      parts in parts

      sure it is possible to insert parts in parts.They require just a bit more patience than in an assembly. Also you can't use feature driven patterns.
       
    8. dinesh siraj

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      dinesh

      With split line feature you can define individual points on face. I am use when I need a separate area on face
       
    9. kushy

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      Thanks all.I was confused at first but got clear idea with your example.
       
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      If you mean inserting a view of an auxiliary part into your drawing (to depict an optional config for example), the answer is yes. Personally when part drawing, I do recommend to always add a view of the part in context, within its main assembly.
       
    11. kushy

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      Can we rotate an object using creep command?
       

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