I'm wondering, wether if that's possible to add in context relations to exsisting parts in an assembly.
So I know that if I have a part in assembly and instead of insert a component, I make a new component, then I can start my new part based on some exsisting relation/dimension and if I change those, it will be updated on my new part (I belive that what's called in-context).
But waht if I already have had 2 parts and I put those in an assembly and I want to have a in-context relation between them. Can I somehow change an exsisting dimension to be linked to one of the other part's dimension?
I've had a box and a lid already made. Both parts's width is 100mm. I put them in an assembly and I want to delete the lid's fix width dimension (100mm) and add a new dimension but now linked to the box's width. (Like an equation: ="D1@Sketch1ofBox" or something like that)
With both parts in assembly, double click on the part which you want to drive and then double click on dimension you want to edit. In the dimension edit box type = and then double click on other part. Select the required dimension and click OK. The part dimensions are linked.