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Combining

Question asked by Antonio RCdBbW1hcm8= on Feb 11, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 15, 2011 by Scott McFadden

Hello,

I'm new to Solid works. My supervisor gave to me an assembly to do. It is composed by two parts (A - B), one fo the two (B) is on its own an assembly (C - D). C is like a parallelepiped and inside I put as cavity D. Now I'm doing the combination of A and B and I want that they are combined in a manner that they are just added and the cavities D are kept, like passage. I attach a picture of A - B you can see the 5 holes (D) in the picture B. Using function cavity will make watching only the cavities since it's the only part empty. I need to replace the place of B in A  with B itself. I cannot use the function match (near to divide).

I use SW 2009

 

Thank you very much for any help

 

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