Click the New Part icon after selecting Product1. If the assembly has geometry, the New Part: Origin Point dialogue box appears, offering two options for locating the part: To locate the part origin point on a specific point, such as another component, select Yes.
With an assembly open, go to Component > Assemble > Assemble.
Choose CATIA V5 CATPart (*.
Select the part file you want to use as a part component in an existing assembly or explore to find it.
Import the CATIA V5 part and assemble it as an imported component in the existing assembly by selecting Import.
To do so, right-click the cgr file and choose Components > New Component / Product / Part or Components > Existing Components... from the context menu. The Part Number Conflict dialogue box appears if the Part, Product, model, or cgr you place into an assembly has the same Part Number as the one in the assembly.
Simply select the existing assembly split, click the Assembly Split icon, and then select a face. Only the Assembly Features Definition dialogue box opens, allowing you to select the relevant elements.
You can construct assembly models in CATIA using one of two methods. The bottom-up design approach is the first, while the top-down design approach is the second. The next sections go over both of these design techniques. For building assembly models, bottom-up assembly is the preferred method.
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