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Key Creator 5.1 lost component files from modified assembly

Key Creator 5.1 lost component files from modified assembly

Key Creator 5.1 lost component files from modified assembly

I designed a project that has arround 100 components a year ago and now have had to extensively change it for various reasons one of which is that it is being manufactured in China using more conventenal engineering techniques. however I changed some of the CKD part numbers from PAR1 1001 to GTX 1001 and resaved them and now can not retrieve either of them. Any one any ideas please? also is there any where I can get a idiots guide to rebuilding an assembly of components having had to explode some of the components in the existing assembly. PS my usual way of working is to design on the assembly and export parts from it. Many Thanks Graham       

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