If you like below thing that should be available in Creo Part modelling multibody
THERE SHOULD BE A WAY TO CREATE THE ASSEMBLY FROM MULTIBODY PART
Your reply is very valuable for me
If you want to use multibody part as a master model, this is a logical next step.
this is most important aspect of design with multibody, it will save the time of reassemble the component created in the part environment.
I agree with the statement "THERE SHOULD BE A WAY TO CREATE THE ASSEMBLY FROM MULTIBODY PART".
I believe that you should be able to perform the assembly creation process more than once so that the assembly reflects the latest state of the multibody part from which the assembly is made.
1. Describe your environment: What is your industry? What is your role in your organization? Describe your stakeholders.
I am a Mechanical Engineer and I am working as technical support engineer in GMMSPL for PTC Creo
2. What version of Creo Parametric are you currently running?
3. Describe the problem you are trying to solve. Please include detailed documentation such as screenshots, images or video.
This is regarding the Multibody.
Now we have fresh and advance technology as Multiboy but we need more from it in future so Mu question is as follow.,
We want the capabilities to save the part having a body as the assembly.
This will help in the fixture design industry. where we have to create the fixture from the part. and now it is very easy to create it using the multibody but again we have to save the body separately and assemble it once again so it might be time wasting
Currently, this feature is coming with the solidwork.
4. What is the use case for your organization?
Increase the productivity of the user and save the time
5. What business value would your suggestion represent for your organization?
Thank you @kamleshjoshi for the additional info on your idea. Based on the information you provided, we are acknowledging it as the Community management team. This is not a commitment from the Product team. Other users may comment and vote your idea up.
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