while using Insert part command in Solidworks Part Environment , I am not the origin in intersection of 3 planes . How to reslove this. below is the snap :-
You will need to add mates from the part planes to the assembly planes or origin or mate the origin of the part to the origin of the assembly.
I am not using assembly environment. I am using insert part command in part environment . So Mates will not come in to picture.
OK. Didn't notice that. What you will need to do is when placing the part make sure that you have the Locate part with MOVE/COPY toggled on. Also make sure that you toggle the PLANES on in the Transfer area and also within the part you want to insert the new part into. Then you can pick the planes & add the appropriate mates within the part. I would think that SW would default to placing the inserted part into the same origin as the new part you're trying to create but it doesn't feel that's important enough.
When you insert the part, scroll down and click "Locate part with Move/Copy feature"
This will allow you to position the part either using offsets or constraints.
My $0.02. Parts inside parts are not very functional in SW. I would do this in the context of an assembly.
Actually I use part in part occasionally, to put nuts and bolts into the multi-body part. Mostly if it will only be a few. If there are lots then I do assembly.
Build it symetrically rather then asymetrically? You obviously did extrudes with both directions. Instead, use extrudes from middle plane, so that it remains symetrical.
Do not click on the screen when insert part.
Select the part and click the "check".
Or my favorite is to click the origin
Assuming this is the problem Frederick, I'm leaning towards this being the OP issue too (but it's not 100% clear). Simple then as you stated, cursor in model space if you want to move it/mate or cursor in menu if you want to match 0,0,0/planes.
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