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Assemble parts in assembly

Assemble parts in assembly

Assemble parts in assembly

(OP)
Hello,
I'm really new to creo. I'm making some evaluations for a possible bought of creo. I don't know much about it, and so I need your help.
As far I have read across the internet, Creo still doesn't have multi body possibility. So I would like to know in which way should we behave to assemble a few parts with the same partnumber, at the same assembly. See next video.
https://youtu.be/hyieSLMfuWQ?t=51

In this video (CATIA), I use the multibody, and after this I make a copy to the main part, to receive the holes, and the casting for that guide bushe. It's automated by macro, but that's not what it matters at the moment.
Is there any way to recreate all of this features, for all of the components, instead of doing one by one?

And what about propagate holes in an assembly?

Is possible to do something like this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHqJx7p3l_8

Thanks

Tiago Figueiredo
Tooling Engineer

Youtube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1qdlBeJJEgMgpPLV...

RE: Assemble parts in assembly

You can do all of this in Creo, but the workflow is different.

RE: Assemble parts in assembly

No. It isn't a method I would use. It hasn't come up in 20+ years of mechanical design using PTC Pro/E to Creo. If you need a solution right away there are a number of consultants for hire.

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