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How do I create a part model "machined.prt" using a portion (25 mm of 250 mm bar)of bar-stock.prt Model (Extruded bar) as material. I want the Stock model drive the machined part profile. I also need to report in structure

gderbyshire
1-Newbie

How do I create a part model "machined.prt" using a portion (25 mm of 250 mm bar)of bar-stock.prt Model (Extruded bar) as material. I want the Stock model drive the machined part profile. I also need to report in structure

How do I create a part model "machined.prt" using a portion (25 mm of 250 mm bar)of bar-stock.prt Model (Extruded bar) as material. I want the Stock model drive the machined part profile. I also need to report in structure


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Chris3
19-Tanzanite
(To:gderbyshire)

I would suggest you look into inheritance models. This is exactly what they were setup to do.

Tutorial: Using Inheritance Models for “In Process” Manufacturing Models of Weldments

dyadav
5-Regular Member
(To:gderbyshire)

It can be done in many ways. Please refer tutorial suggested by Christopher/hit on link

Tutorial: Using Inheritance Models for “In Process” Manufacturing Models of Weldments

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