I have made an assembly in solid works.I copied it to make some changes two get two differnt designs.Once i made changes in anyone,the other changes as well.So anyone can help that I can change both assemblies seprately.
Use save-as-copy and be sure to include all the sub components with the save. Put them in a different directory - better yet, rename them all w/ some extension, then modify the newly created parts.
My best guess is that you only copied the Assembly, without also copying the Parts. If this is the case then any changes made to the Parts will affect both Assemblies. In the future I'd recommend using Pack and Go to create the new files, re-naming them as part of the process. See How can I create a new Assembly or Drawing similar to an existing one? if you aren't familiar with the process.
Muhammad Rizwan Ul Haq
Go to File/Pack & Go then select and change the part names for the items that change, the rest you can keep the same file name if you want.
John, I have on-going Q, correct me if I am wrong. you mean Pack & Go of the other copy will not change the same part geometry if we tried to change the existing one.
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