If edit the part and go to configuration, I see the assembly configurations, not the part configurations.
The problem is I created the part directly with "New Part", so I can't open the part file alone.
Pablo Jorge wrote: The problem is I created the part directly with "New Part", so I can't open the part file alone.
Pablo Jorge wrote:
Even if a Part is virtual (created within the Assembly and doesn't have it's own file), you can still open it and edit it. Click on it and choose the "Open Part" icon just like you do for any other Part.
This was my first try but, when I go to configuration, I see the assembly configuration.
... well "Open part" is the same as " edit compenet"??
You are still in "edit part" not "open part" if you see the icon in your image has "edit component" highlighted. Edit the part only allows you to edit within the assembly. You should not even see the assembly if following my directions below. It should open your part in a new window completely you can then create your new configuration.
Ok, now I see!
If you want to create a new configuration of that part just RMB on it and select the folder icon at top left "open part". You can then create your configuration of the part.
Thank you Derek,
I check correct Glen because he was faster, but thank yo too because you also help me to find the solution.
Ok, I think I found it. Was quite down in the right click
In your first screen shot at the top left you see that folder icon "open part". Click on that to open your part. You can add a configuration the way you show also but I would do it the open part way for starters. It will be easier to make dimension changes etc to your new configuration. Then in your assembly you can select which configuration you want to use within your assembly configurations.
Of course, the " open part" is more " intuitive and easy to understand" way that my suggestion.
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