How do I move a subassembly in Solidworks?
Making a Subassembly Flexible
- Click a subassembly in the FeatureManager design tree and select Component Properties .
- In the dialog box, under Solve as, select Flexible, then click OK. Flexible is not available for lightweight subassemblies.
How do you create a subassembly in Solidworks?
Right-click one of the selected components, and select Form New Subassembly. Click Insert > Component > Assembly from [Selected] Components. To form a subassembly from components contained in a folder in the FeatureManager design tree, right-click the folder and click Form New Subassembly.
What is a subassembly solidworks?
When an assembly is a component of another assembly, it is referred to as a subassembly. You can nest subassemblies in multiple levels, to reflect the hierarchy of your design. Opening a Subassembly in a Separate Window.
How do you dissolve a subassembly in Solidworks?
In the FeatureManager design tree, right-click a subassembly or Ctrl + select multiple assemblies and select Dissolve Subassembly. You can also select the subassembly icon and click Edit > Dissolve Assembly. The components become components of the immediate parent assembly, and the subassembly is removed.
How do I open a subassembly in Solidworks?
You can open a subassembly in its own window from the FeatureManager design tree or from the graphics area. To open a subassembly from the FeatureManager design tree: In the FeatureManager design tree, select the subassembly. Click Open Subassembly (context toolbar).
How do you create a subassembly?
To create a subassembly from a polyline
- Create the desired polyline shape in the drawing.
- Click Home tab Create Design panel Create Subassembly From Polyline Find.
- Click the polyline object in the drawing and press Enter.
- In the Create Assembly dialog box, for Name, enter a name for the subassembly.
What does dissolve subassembly do in Solidworks?
You can dissolve subassemblies into individual components, thereby moving the components up one level in the assembly hierarchy.
Can you insert an assembly into an assembly in Solidworks?
You can assemble the SolidWorks part or assembly as a non-Creo model in the existing assembly by default. You must explicitly select Import to import and assemble the part or assembly in the existing assembly.
How do you make a subassembly flexible?
Making a Subassembly Flexible
To make a subassembly flexible: Click a subassembly in the FeatureManager design tree and select Component Properties . In the dialog box, under Solve as, select Flexible, then click OK.
Why can I make a subassembly flexible?
By default, when you create a subassembly, it is rigid. Within the parent assembly, the subassembly acts as a single unit and its components do not move relative to each other. However, you can make subassemblies flexible. This allows movement of the individual components of a subassembly within the parent assembly.
How do I get my toolbar back in Solidworks?
To display SOLIDWORKS toolbars:
- Right-click in the window border and select or clear a toolbar name.
- Click Tools > Customize. On the Toolbars tab, select the toolbars to display.