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Join PropertyManager

To open the Join PropertyManager, do one of the following:

  • Create a joined part from two or more other parts.
  • Edit an existing joined part

Parts to Join

part.png Parts to Join Select two or more parts to join (in the FeatureManager design tree or the graphics window).


Hide parts Select to hide the original parts after the join is complete.
Force surface contact Select to extend any overhanging features up to the next feature on the other part. The software finds the affected faces, then extends the part containing the face with the smallest area into the other part, and fills in any resultant gaps.

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