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How to identify mirrored parts

DennisAbele
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How to identify mirrored parts

When mirroring parts with reference, the reference to the original part can be identified from Creo buy looking at the details of the mirrored merge feature in the mirrored part's model tree or from Windchill looking at Reference table in the Related Objects tab of the mirrored part.

 

Is there a way to identify the opposite?  I.e.  Does the part have any mirrored references? 

 

If I were to show both parts on the same drawing, I would have an obvious connection.  However if the parts were represented on their own drawings only, how can a person unfamiliar with the parts or their use be confident that they can identify all potentially affected parts if the original were changed?

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See Reference Viewer in this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHqeEspuUzg

 

This Creo Parametric tutorial shows you how to create a mirrored version of a part in both part- and assembly- modes in Creo Parametric. It shows the effects...
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