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Snap Hook Groove

The Snap Hook Groove PropertyManager appears when you create a new snap hook groove fastening feature.

You must create a snap hook before creating a snap hook groove.

Feature and Body Selections

For all calculations, the snap hook remains fixed; the snap hook groove adjusts its size.

  • Select a Snap Hook .

  • Select a body . Sets the location of the groove. The bottom of the hook automatically contacts the bottom of the groove.

For Offset width from snap hook, the groove matches any draft applied to the snap hook.


Manage a list of favorites that you can reuse in models.

  • Apply Defaults/No Favorite . Resets to No Favorite Selected and the default settings.

  • Add or Update a Favorite . To update a favorite, edit the properties, click , and enter a new or existing name.

  • Delete Favorite

  • Save Favorite

  • Load Favorite . Click this option, browse to a folder, and select a favorite.

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