Top Down Modelling – Best Practice

Wednesday September 10, 2014 at 2:24pm
In top-down assembly design, one or more features of a part are defined by something in an assembly, such as a layout sketch or the geometry of another part. The design intent comes from the top (the assembly) and moves down (into the parts), hence the phrase "top-down”.
Top Down Modelling – Best Practice
In top-down assembly design, one or more features of a part are defined by something in an assembly, such as a layout sketch or the geometry of another part. The design intent comes from the top (the assembly) and moves down (into the parts), hence the phrase "top-down”.

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