Gil Alsberg schrieb: > A. When creating sub-assemblies within assemblies, there are occasions > where solidworks stuck sub-assemblies and parts, although they have still > one way of freedom. this happens with no error message: the sub-assembly is > just fixed in place while attempting free drag (there are no InPlace mates > and no FIX condition. they are also not fully-defined). > Sometimes two or more parts in a sub assembly which are not fully > defined between them appear in the major assembly as a bunch of parts which > are "frozen" or glued together although there are degrees of freedom between > them, and they move only as a whole assembly together.
As far as I know this a normal and typical behaviour in SolidWorks since the first version I know (2000). There is no possiblity in an assembly with subassemblies to move parts of a subassembly even if these parts have degrees of freedom.
If you want to move parts in the main assembly then you need to go this way. An other possible way around would be configurations of the subassemblies with different positions of the parts...
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