i'm try to fit 10.00 mm bearing in 9.95 mm hole.
i tried to do mate with the concentric and mate the 2 surfaces - it is fit the bearing but it not work by the physics rules
Please help me to solve it.
When you use physical dynamics, click on "these components" and select only the components you are concerned with. This will solve trouble you are having, while leaving the press fit intact.
Get a bigger hammer.
Are you real sure you don't have those numbers backward? If they're right, then I guess you'll just have to let them overlap. Or do what Mark said.
Just show them as overlapping. Pretty standard when you need to show a press fit.
anna you right
but if the fit with overlapping, when you try to move other component in the assambly and use "physical dynamics" you will get an error...
how i can solve it?
A press fit is a bigger part going into a smaller hole (not by much). What do you mean exactly when you say physics rules? It won't let you mate them in SolidWorks? You should be able to do a concentric mate then a coincident mate with the top surface of each part.
Are you just making an assembly or doing something else? analysis?
If you are a student then you most likely have the full version of SolidWorks Analysis (rather than use Express), but you have to go to Add-ins to load it. More information on your problem description is needed.
in my version i see only Express version. and under "Add-ins" i dont see something like that.
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