Hello, I have created two diffrent parts, and now I want to join them in order they intersect, I attach an image of the two parts:
Thanks in advance
Welcome to the forum.
I'm assuming that those are separate Parts in an Assembly. You can use Mates to place them where wanted. That's such a basic feature of SolidWorks that I'd suggest you work through the Tutorial on Mates first. Then if you still have questions please come back here and we'll be glad to help. If my assumption wasn't valid then please explain further.
Do you mean "join" as in the SW "Join" command? Or do you mean mate?
I'll put you an image of what I want to do (I have do it "by hand") I want to know if there's any way to do it more politly.
There are two columns, one has been "joined" and the other no.
PD: I'm unable to attach an image, how do I do it?
To attach files, when you start a new reply, click "use advanced editor" in the upper right corner (see attached).
After the advanced editor loads, click "Attach" in the lower right corner.
Perfect, I attach an image: there are two columns, one is "joined" and the other is speared from the part, i wnat to join it but i want ot kno if there's a more sophisticated method rather than aligning the tow parts "by hand".
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