Why edit a Part?

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Why edit a Part?

Why Edit a Part?

There are a number of reasons why you may want to edit a Part.

tog_minus        Edit the Length of Parts

tog_minus        Add Points and Lines for Pin-Joints, Slide-Joints and Ball-Joints

tog_minus        Add Points to Display Trace Points

tog_minus        Add Sketch-Loops for Solid Extrusions

tog_minus        Add a Sketch-Loop for a Cam-Follower Profile

tog_minus        Add Points to display or plot exact Kinematic Data

tog_minus        Add a CAD-Line

tog_minus        Use the Constraint Based Editing Tools for Mechanism Synthesis

tog_minus        Add a Point or Line for a Measurement FB

tog_minus        Add a Point or Line for a Force Spring FB

tog_minus        Add a Sketch-Element, a series of merged Sketch-Elements, or a sketch-loop for a Motion-Path.