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SolidWorks Timesaving Tip #4: Mate References

SolidWorks Timesaving Tip #4: Mate References

11 March, 2010

Mate references specify one or more entities of a component to use for automatic mating. When you drag a component with a mate reference into an assembly, SolidWorks tries to find other combination of the same mate reference name and mate type. In this video, you will learn how to use the Mate Reference feature. During the whole month of March, the SolidWorks Asia-Pacific blog will be publishing exclusive timesaving tips every Tuesday and Thursday.

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    Mate References, a good tool to increase productivity.

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