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INVENTOR STUDIO ANIMATING BOLTS SEPERATELY

INVENTOR STUDIO ANIMATING BOLTS SEPERATELY

INVENTOR STUDIO ANIMATING BOLTS SEPERATELY

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Hi Guys,

I'm having a bit of trouble with inventor studio animating some bolts. I have 15 instances of a filter assembly within another assembly. each filter assembly has 3 bolts in it, so 45 bolts in total. it seems when I animate one bolt the correlating bolt on the other 14 assemblies also animates. I want to animate them one at a time for one of the filters, then the rest can can sort of do the "bulk" animation if you know what I mean. the weird thing is I can fade the bolts separately. anyways, I attached the file If you guys would like to take a peek at it and see what you can figure out

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