Posted Thu, 23 Oct 2014 17:07:07 GMT by Pete Cardoso

*How to check (zoom + highlight) which joints belong to a joint group?

Posted Mon, 27 Oct 2014 20:14:24 GMT by Janet Black Graitec CANADA Advance Steel Specialist
Hi Pete,

To check which joint belongs to a joint group:
  1. First create the Master joint and put a name that is unique. The name is not greyed out.




  2. Create a slave joint using the Create joint in a joint group tool located on the Toolpalette>Tools.




  3. To create the slave joint, select the master joint you created first then the column you want to apply the connection to. What ever change you make to the Master will reflect in the Slave. The slave joints will receive the same name as the Master, however the fields will be greyed out.




To search for the MASTER joint in a joint group use the filter tool located on the Tool palette> Selection category. The MASTER joint is highlighted in red.



To search for the SLAVE joint in a joint group use the filter tool located on the Tool palette> Selection category. The SLAVE joinst will bel highlighted in red.



See attached file for searching Master and Slave Joints

Hope this helps.

Best Regards,



Janet

 

 

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