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Setting Fixed Length to Route Segments

Remove a fixed length by right-clicking the route segment and clicking Fixed Length

Routing > Manage Routing Assemblies

Fixed or Floating Position in Configurations

You can configure whether the position of a component is fixed or floating in an assembly...Select Fix or Float, and then This configuration, All configurations, or Specify Configurations

Configurations > Configurable Parameters

Default Options - Load/Fixture

Sets the default color of symbols for analysis features like loads, fixtures, connectors, and mesh control...Check for load/fixture definitions on duplicate faces (slower performance...In the Default Options - Load/Fixture dialog box: To change the Symbol size, click the spin arrows to increase or decrease the size of the symbol, or drag the slider to the right (increase) or to the left (decrease...

Simulation > Simulation Options > Default Options

Fixtures and Loads

Fixtures and loads define the environment of the model...Loads and fixtures are fully associative and automatically adjust to changes in geometry...You can organize fixtures, loads, and connectors into folders

Simulation > SOLIDWORKS Simulation Fundamentals

Best Practice for Configurations with External References

You want the height of Fixture to be 20mm higher than the stack of blocks...Therefore, for configurations Small and Medium, the height of Fixture is out of date...Now each version of Fixture has a unique identifier

Configurations > Managing Configuration Data

Applying Fixtures

The fixture is added to the Fixtures folder in the SimulationXpress study tree and a check mark appears next to Fixtures in the SimulationXpress wizard

SimulationXpress > Using SOLIDWORKS SimulationXpress

Examples: Fixed and Floating Fastener Assemblies

TolAnalyst can consider the clearances resulting from fixed and floating fastener assemblies when it computes the worst case tolerance conditions...For fixed fastener assemblies, float applies to the part with clearance holes only

TolAnalyst > Creating a TolAnalyst Study > Analyzing the Results

Example: Deform Using Fixed Curves/Edges/Faces

Deform with no fixed entities selected...Preview of deform with Fixed Curves/Edges/Faces...Deform with fixed edges selected

Simulation Toolbar - Fixtures/External Loads

The Fixtures/External Loads category provides tools related to fixtures and loads...Defines a fixture on the selected entities for the active structural study (static, frequency, buckling, or nonlinear study...

Simulation > SOLIDWORKS Simulation Fundamentals > User Interface Components > Simulation Toolbar

Fixed

The edges of the holes of the shell are fixed...If the handle is analyzed as a part, the two highlighted faces can be fixed in space

Simulation > Loads and Restraints > Fixtures

Nonlinear - Solution

You can change fixture conditions from free to fixed degrees of freedom and vice versa when activating the Restart option...To change a fixture condition from free to fixed when restarting the analysis

Simulation > Simulation Studies > Simulation Analysis Options > Nonlinear Analysis Options

Example: Deform - Curve to Curve with Fixed Edges

Deformation with no fixed edges selected...Fixed Curves/Edges/Faces

Fixtures in SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Fixtures in SOLIDWORKS Simulation...Apply fixtures to edges, vertices, and beam joints...Save common fixtures in an analysis library for future use

SimulationXpress > Beyond SOLIDWORKS SimulationXpress > What More Can I Do With SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Using Float in a Fixed Fastener Assembly

Using Float in a Fixed Fastener Assembly...This example illustrates the effects fastener float has on a measurement with parts constrained by fixed fastener assemblies

TolAnalyst > Creating a TolAnalyst Study > Analyzing the Results > Examples: Fixed and Floating Fastener Assemblies > Fixed Fastener Assembly

Bearing Fixture PropertyManager

Bearing Fixture PropertyManager...Fixtures...and select Bearing Fixture

Simulation > Loads and Restraints > Fixtures

Fixed Length PropertyManager

Fixed Length PropertyManager...Set the fixed length of the route segment

Routing > Manage Routing Assemblies

Setting a Fixed Length

Setting a Fixed Length...You can set a dimension to fix the length of a spline...To set a fixed length

Sketching > Splines > Spline Tools

Techniques for Fixing Mate Problems

Look for fixed components that should not be fixed

Assemblies > Mates > Solving Mate Problems

Fixed Fastener Assembly with Float

Fixed Fastener Assembly with Float

TolAnalyst > Creating a TolAnalyst Study > Analyzing the Results > Examples: Fixed and Floating Fastener Assemblies > Fixed Fastener Assembly

Fixed Fastener Assembly Without Float

Fixed Fastener Assembly Without Float

TolAnalyst > Creating a TolAnalyst Study > Analyzing the Results > Examples: Fixed and Floating Fastener Assemblies > Fixed Fastener Assembly

Advanced Fixtures for 2D Simplification Studies

Advanced Fixtures for 2D Simplification Studies

Simulation > Workflow for Performing 2D Simplification > Study Tree Features

Fixed Fastener Assembly

Fixed Fastener Assembly

TolAnalyst > Creating a TolAnalyst Study > Analyzing the Results > Examples: Fixed and Floating Fastener Assemblies

Temporarily Fixing or Grouping Components

You can temporarily fix or group components to affect their behavior when you drag to move or rotate components...The callouts show the component's name and whether it is fixed or grouped...Then make your changes and click Fix/Group again

Assemblies > Basic Component Operations > Moving and Rotating Components

Example: Fixing Redundant Distance Mates

Example: Fixing Redundant Distance Mates...To fix the problem, either remove the Coincident21 mate or break the chain of other mates by removing any one of them

Assemblies > Mates > Solving Mate Problems > Mate Error Examples

Fixing Renaming Errors

Fixing Renaming Errors...Using SOLIDWORKS Explorer, you can fix renaming errors...To fix these renaming errors, do the following

Workgroup PDM > SOLIDWORKS Explorer