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Hello all, I've been asked to fi

Hello all, I've been asked to fi

Hello all, I've been asked to fi

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Hello all,

I've been asked to find out two things regarding the screen shot below. This is the sketch of a revolved protrusion for a bearing model that was downloaded. I don't know the source.

1. How can the sketch be fully constrained without any dimensions? There is no sketch being used for an include.
2. What do the little red circles with lines mean?

We're still on ST4 so I'm not sure if maybe this is related to some newer tools available in newer releases. I do know that the model was downloaded in SE ST4 format...or so it seems based on the file naming.

Thanks,

Jason

RE: Hello all, I've been asked to fi

The little circles with red lines pointing to the sketch elements are the symbol for the LOCKED relationship. That's why the profile is fully constrained. All of the elements are locked: both size and location.

--Scott
www.wertel.pro

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