I need to know How can Minimize The Large assumbly size ??
Why? What problems are you having?
How big is your assembly? You could show us a screen dump of the AssemblyXpert output to help us understand.
I Have Big Assembly size (Factory) , the status bar show Large assembly mode and if i need to make any change in the Assumbly it's very diffucalt and the Computer show massage (low memory) and the Solidworks program restart itself without any saving for data
How can minimize the size and open the Assembly and make editing easlly .
Really , now i can't make any change and it's very have in my computer performance ??!!
Computer Data : 4G Ram , processor i5 Vpro , Graphic card Intel belt in matherboard.
I'm not an expert in large assemblies, as my products are all hand-held in size, but it looks like your computer is not really good enough to run a large assembly in SolidWorks. If it is a desktop computer you could add a low-end graphics card like the AMD FirePro V4900. If you are running a 64 bit operating system you can add another 4G or more of RAM. If you are not running a 64 bit operating system then you should upgrade to a new 64 bit operating system. If you can't upgrade to 64 bit, you might get some improvement by running the 3GB Switch file, but that is just a band-aid, not a real fix.
I think your processor is also pretty old and not very fast, but that will just make the system run slower, not cause it to close.
Jerry is right, computer is not workstation class, first priority would be to see if you can upgrade it.
There are many things to learn about large assemblies, a partial list would be;
1. break things into subassemblies to work on portions or areas without loading the entire factory.
2. learn to model with fewer features, smaller feature count is smaller file size.
3. ensure there is no yellow or red warnings in the feature manager tree, errors cause performance lagging.
4. learn about large assembly mode, envelope parts and simplified configurations.
This is a partial list, there is much more info in this forum as you get into specifics. But a workstation class computer is key to success, check out some of the work Anna Wood has done in helping people purchase computers as starting point.
Read through these three threads for info on spec'ing a good SolidWorks workstation.
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