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Hi, NX1892. I want to do SAV

Hi, NX1892. I want to do SAV

Hi, NX1892. I want to do SAV



I want to do SAVE AS of an existing Assembly and in this second assembly removes a few parts from the original and adds a few more to the original. There are a lot of relations (expressions and product interfaces) and I would like these all to stay with the original. Is there a way to do a save-as where it re-uses all of the parts and constraint, but all of the expressions and interfaces stays with the original?

And How does it handle the inter-part links? If I change one of the product interfaces in one, but keep the other as-is, which one takes priority for the parts that reference it?

Please can anyone share some ideas on how this can be done or is done ?

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