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Question asked by Paul McSherry on Jan 12, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 12, 2017 by Christian Chu

I have a triangular part in the center.  On each side of the center triangular part, I have inverted triangles.  I have mated the faces with coincident mates, so when I move the center triangle upwards, the two triangles on the sides split apart (like a wedge).  What I want is for the two outside triangles to stop moving once they clear the central triangle.  Right now they continue to move outward.  I also want the central triangle to be able to keep moving upward.  I tried placing a limiting range on the outside triangles, but that stops the central triangle from moving.  Is there a way to do this?

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