No, you would have to create configurations of the part, and reference those in the assy.
No. You could save out the bodies from the Part as separate Parts, and then insert and Mate them in the Assembly.
Closed for some unknown reason, I think they are saying that SPR 258499 is the same, but it's not!
I would like to know a bit more specifically, what you wanted to do.
>Can I Move multi body parts in assembly mode individually?
I imagine that you have imported a multibody part into an assembly, and you wish to move those parts, individually. This is where the dividing line between multibody parts and assemblies go, if I've understood it correctly. Multibody parts are intended to be static, like pieces screwed together. If anything moves, it should be an assembly.
So, if that is correct, you need a subassembly.After importing such a subassembly, you still need to change it from "rigid" (sub-parts don't move) to "flexible" (sub-parts are allowed to move). This is in a little bit inconvenient place in the UI.
Right click the subassembly in the feature tree > Component Properties > Solve as: Flexible
I'm looking for how to move (relocate) the stationary bodies within a multibody part.
I had it partly wrong.
There's more division to multibody vs. assembly than the ability to move the parts. For example, the multibody part only has one material, so even if the parts were to be permanently screwed together, I think the proper way is to make it into an assembly.