A short while ago, I made a post referencing my frustrations with a large assembly I was working on. I talked about separating all of the parts into associative folders...and was complaining about how it was causing my machine to drag.
It was suggested to use subassemblies instead. Admittedly, that is my normal practice, but I was trying to keep it like the company wants it. But I have had enough of that - I am going back and creating subassemblies.
But my question is:
How does inserting subassemblies make it any faster? It will still have the exact same amount of parts and associated mates - correct?