Part1 has a small diameter and part2 has a big diameter. I inserted par2 in part1 and subtract it to form a thread like in part2. It worked. I wish to know whether when doing such an activity diameter of the part1 is does not matter.
Looks like I made a small mistake, Part1 has to be bigger but you don't need the hole in Part1. Are you using that to align Part2?
From my experience it does not. Of course it has to be bigger than the inserted/combined part you're using to subtract with.
You are correct. I made a thread in part1 without any hole on it. But the question is how the part2 knows the location where thread must be made in part1.
You can see thread in part1 is invisible. But if we press the middle mouse button and drag the part only it is visible. What is reason for that?
From my short experience with the Combine feature there are tools in the drop downs for the location. In 2014 it was Locate (inserted) part with Move/Copy feature. There you'll have access to much the same mating tools. Since I model Mid Plane and centered on the origin I can just drop my parts in most of the time and the part is correct. I have also have fun or much work with some parts.
I check marked “Locate (inserted) part with Move/Copy feature”. No problem if thread is a concentric one, if it is eccentric one how part2 can be made to find location.
I'm sorry I've never heard of an eccentric thread. Do you mean two threads not aligned on an axis, possibly from both ends? If so I would suggest you create Axis in all parts and in the proper locations.
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