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Tips on WAVE-Links in NX and Teamcenter?

Tips on WAVE-Links in NX and Teamcenter?

Tips on WAVE-Links in NX and Teamcenter?

Some topics have arisen at work regarding WAVE Geometry Linker, how WAVE links interact with Reference Sets in NX, and the eventual implementation and storage of WAVE-mirrored parts in Teamcenter...

Are Reference Sets able to be outputted as a specified name prior to WAVE-mirroring? The resulting mirrored component has a Reference Set with a name along the lines of "Linked Mirror Part (MODEL)" or maybe it was "...(PART)" (I can't remember the exact name at the moment), but is there a way to specify the name as something different?

Also, does anyone have any tips on managing product revisions using WAVE linked parts? As in, if you mirror one part from another in the Teamcenter database, changes to occur to the base-component should automatically reflect on the mirrored-component upon reopening the part.



RE: Tips on WAVE-Links in NX and Teamcenter?

Ahh, ok... Thank you ewh!

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