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Because these are MS numbers, the only difference is in material certification etc. Renaming the instances would be trivial compared to the effort to build the family table generic and the relations.
I have a B I have the same problem even internally. If I have to develop a new hardware item, and its family table, I will probably do it on the unclassified system and then move it to the classified side and into Windchill. I am dealing with 3 Windchill systems, 2 unclassified and 1 classified as well as Creo being served from 3 license servers.
I am surprised I can keep it straight some days! They claim there is no funding to do libraries. You and I know how critical that is. Not so much. We paid for ours a long time ago from a company that is no longer in business. There is also the IFX library that can be integrated into Creo.
With the advanced licensed version, you can rename the components to your company standards. Not sure if IFX parts are individual or family tables. There is a free version in Creo 3 and higher, but restricted to their names, etc.
Also, Cadenas has a part library offering that we used before I came here. We stopped using it because it created individual part files and I firmly believe that hardware should be in family tables for ease in replacement. I found a family table of socket head cap screws on my unclassified system that I had from a prior employer. Get Help.
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Did you mean:. For a good cause. The warfighter. Labels: 3D-Solid Modeling. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Topaz II. MS models would be ok. But I would have to rename. Sapphire II. So you can't share correct? It cannot be shared.
I hear ya. But thanks for making me feel a little bit better about the struggle. I must look into this! Thanks Chris! Will do.
NAS1352 Spec – Socket Head Cap Screws – Aerospace
Because these are MS numbers, the only difference is in material certification etc. Renaming the instances would be trivial compared to the effort to build the family table generic and the relations. I have a B I have the same problem even internally. If I have to develop a new hardware item, and its family table, I will probably do it on the unclassified system and then move it to the classified side and into Windchill.
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