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What does this symbol mean

MichaelKratz
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What does this symbol mean

Does anyone know what this symbol is on my model tree in Pro-E?
The large and small rectangle.





Michael Kratz
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Raytheon Precision Manufacturing
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Do you see these symbols at the sequences only, or do you see them at your
workpiece/part as well?

If so, then one of your parts may not be constraint enough. I have seen this
symbol before, and it was because on of the parts (parent) is not fully
constraint.



Tony




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