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Assemblies in KeyCreator

Assemblies in KeyCreator

Assemblies in KeyCreator

I am fairly new to using Keycreator but have found it pretty easy to pick up...... being a old CadKey user.
Can some one give me some help on assemblies!Maybe a step by step on how you would create your assembly if you all ready had solid models created as well as the 2d layout drawings for each of them. Basiclly a How To :for putting the parts together from the model space to the 2d drawing.
I am currently trying to pull them in as reference parts, which works ok but when I try to explode them it does not work quite right.Also even if they do explode right it changes the 2d drawing.YOU HAVE TO LEAVE YOUR MODEL IN A EXPLODED STATE? There has to be a better way
 But I am wondering if I need to even do that. Can I just show them in a exploded view on the 2d layout.
If you guys could explain how you do it, it may give me a better and faster way to complete this.

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