Assembly-Tree in Explorer-Explorer
The Assembly-Tree shows the Element Icon and Element Name of each element in the model.
Mechanisms absorb those elements associated with the Mechanism.
Parts, in a Mechanism, absorb those elements associated with the Part, but not sketch-elements..
Solved, Broken and Unsolved Kinematic-chains.
Next to each Part, an icon identifies if the kinematic-chain is 'solved', 'broken', or unsolved:
A solved kinematic-chain: Mobility is zero AND all Parts can stay joined for all positions of the machine-cycle.
A solved kinematic-chain that is broken. Mobility is zero BUT Parts can not move to all positions that are pre-defined by the range of the Motion-Part.
An unsolved kinematic-chain. Mobility is greater than zero(0).
When you click an element:
•a square shows around the icon
•the element shows in the Selection-Window
When you right-click an element in the Assembly-Tree, a contextual-menu shows next to your pointer.
In the image to the left, the orange rectangle around the contextual-menu is only used to highlight the contextual-menu in the image.
You can use the contextual-menu to:
•Rename ... (element)