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mating lines in assemblies

daschman

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how doyou get rid of mating lines in assembliesin 2001? Such as two boxes mated together the drawing shows a seam line where they touch. I tried disp mode edge disp erase line in drw. can the be eliminated in asm also?do not seem to be able to merge either.
 

dr_gallup

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Do you want to merge the two parts? In Assembly mode pick Edit/Component Operations\Merge. (You have to have the reference controls set properly first) Otherwise, there should be a line between mating parts. You can manually erase edges you don't want to display in drawing mode with View/Drawing Display/Edge Display Erase Line.
 

jeff-gabby

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Hi,<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" />
That is my pet peeve with screws and screw holes in assembly/drawing mode, we use cosmetic threads to display threads but the lines always interfere and blank or show up. I wish there was a config.pro setting to turn this off


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