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Resize a part in Creo Parametric

Lukas_03
2-Guest

Resize a part in Creo Parametric

I recently downloaded a conveyor belt from the “Traceparts” website and constructed a frame for it. My problem is that I need the conveyor belt 3 times, just in different lengths. Is there a way to change the length of the conveyor belt without having to re-download it and have to build frame on it again?

 

I would be very grateful if you help me. 🙂

 

(Creo version used: 7.0.3)

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Translated the text from German to English using google translate.

Subject - Größe eines Bauteils ändern in Creo Parametric

Body - Hallo zusammen!🤗

Ich habe mir vor kurzen von der Website "Traceparts" ein Förderband heruntergeladen und ein Gestell dazu konstruiert. Mein Problem ist, dass ich das Förderband 3 mal brauche, nur in anderen längen. Gibt es einen Weg die Länge des Förderbandes zu ändern, ohne, dass ich es neu herunterladen muss und dass Gestell erneut darauf bauen muss?

 

Ich wäre sehr dankbar wenn ihr mir helft. 🙂

 

(Verwendete Creo Version: 7.0.3)

-By community moderation team

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tbraxton
21-Topaz II
(To:Lukas_03)

Translate one end of the belt to the required length using flexible modeling. Move by dimension option is available in flexible modeling tab.

To Move Geometry Using Dimensions (ptc.com)

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Involute Development, LLC
Consulting Engineers
Specialists in Creo Parametric

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tbraxton
21-Topaz II
(To:Lukas_03)

Translate one end of the belt to the required length using flexible modeling. Move by dimension option is available in flexible modeling tab.

To Move Geometry Using Dimensions (ptc.com)

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Involute Development, LLC
Consulting Engineers
Specialists in Creo Parametric

Hello @Lukas_03

 

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