Is there have any other option to assemble all the parts in assembly instead of mate?
For large equipment we often create references planes inside of the sub assemblies that all connect to the origin of the master assembly. Therefore only a fixed mate is required.
So maybe if you create all your parts in context using a top down approach you won't need to create assembly constraints.
Before getting into your question, may I ask what is the issue with mates? (just curious)
You can create an Assembly without mates (there are at least two ways), but why do you want to?
Thanks to all for taking care for question, I am working on large assembly more than 3500 component's, I have created maximum sub-assemblies those sub assemblies were assembled in one main assembly using mate's, if using mate's in large assembly it will be taking long time to rebuilt the assembly, i have tried many method to increase the system performance,but i could not get the good result.
You could save your sub-assy's as a part and then make your main assy. When the parts in a sub-assy change, make the part change update the sub-assy and save as a part, then update the main assy.
Following up on my earlier comment on your another post: I am not afraid dealing with an assembly having even 35000 using those techniques.
Try some of the methods suggested in the other Discussion you posted.
please don't post basically same question multiple times.
Hi, We are designing small power based plant, it having more than 3000 components including Structural,sheet metal and …
I doubt that your mates are impacting the performance of your assembly much. What version of SOLIDWORKS are you using?
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