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Assembly 1. Set working directory: File -> Set Working Directory -> give the file name -> OK Create an assembly -> New -> Assembly (don’t choose default template ) -> select start_assembly_mmns -> OK Assemble or Insert -> Component -> Assemble

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assembly 1
Assembly 1

Set working directory: File -> Set Working Directory -> give the file name -> OK

Create an assembly -> New -> Assembly (don’t choose default template) -> select start_assembly_mmns -> OK

Assemble or Insert -> Component -> Assemble

-> select the prt file you want to open -> Open

Select different constraints: Automatic, Align, Mate, Target , etc.-> Select two components -> Done

assembly 2
Assembly 2

Assembly with Default constraint: Assemble (or Insert -> Component -> Assemble )

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select Default constraint (for first input *.prt file, you much use Default constrain)

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

assembly 3
Assembly 3

Assembly with Automatic constraint: Assemble

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select Automatic constraint

Select two references (e.g. Axis, edge)

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

assembly 4
Assembly 4

Assembly with Align constraint: Assemble

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select Align constraint

Select two Axes or surfaces

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

assembly 5
Assembly 5

Assembly with Mate constraint: Assemble

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select Mate constraint

Select two Surfaces

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

assembly 6
Assembly 6

Assembly with insert constraint: Assemble

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select insert constraint

Select two Surfaces

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

assembly 7
Assembly 7

Assembly with Targe constraint: Assemble

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select Targe constraint

Select two Surfaces

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

assembly 8
Assembly 8

Assembly with Coordinate System constraint: Assemble

-> select one *.prt file you want to open -> Open

Select Coordinate System constraint

Select two Coordinate system

Check STATUS:

No Constraints/PartiallyConstrained/Full Constrained

“V” Done

“X” Delete

explode unexplode
Explode & Unexplode

To explode: View -> Explode -> Explode View

To unexplode: View -> Explode -> Unexplode View

To explode by hand: View –> Explode -> Edit position

To save the explode: View -> View Manager -> Explode -> New -> Yes -> give a file name -> OK

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