There is no feature mirroring in assembly environment. it would be great if. how about it?
It may be useful for some people, but I doubt if I would ever use it. In the meantime, why not edit the sketch that you used to create the hole, place a construction line where you would want the mirror plane to be, and mirror the rest of this sketch about this line in the sketch environment. It will accomplish the same thing.
Dear Glenn. Let me know please do you make an assembly design on solidworks? (but in assembly enviorement)
I m sharing one picture. can you create the design in solidworks practically , like I showed. I hope you understand me
Yes, I do work with assemblies in SW. I can see that the Mirror function would be useful in the example you posted. Have you considered modeling that as a multi-body part instead of an assembly? Then you could create create one of the cuts and one of the small ones,and create the rest with Mirrors. You could create one of the holes on each of the original cuts and create the rest with Linear Patterns and Mirrors.
yes, the mirror function would be useful in assembly for machine designer. thank you
I'm a year late, but I'll bump this. I agree that a mirror feature within the assembly environment would be helpful. I see that linear, circular, curve driven, etc patterns are available, but mirror would be a help to me right now.
In my case the features that I would like to mirror are not "normal" to the plane they would be mirrored about, and tricks like converting entities from the previous feature's sketch is not an option...
What is the best way to make a request for something like this to SW?
Could you kindly ellaborate the use of "Feature mirror in Assembly Environment".
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