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Standard mates that reference the reference geometry can be created. The top-level assembly saves these buddies. Save the assembly in SOLIDWORKS® 2020 or later to take advantage of this feature.

Mates are used to connect assembly components geometrically. You determine the permissible directions of linear or rotational motion of the components as you add mates. You may visualise the behaviour of an assembly by moving a component within its degrees of freedom.

Angle, coincident, concentric, distance, lock, parallel, perpendicular, and tangent mates are all common mates. Limit, linear/linear coupler, route, profile centre, symmetry, and width mates are examples of advanced mates.

In the FeatureManager design tree, expand the Mates folder. Select Edit Feature from the context menu when you right-click one or more friends. Mates appear in the PropertyManager under Mates, and the associated geometry is highlighted in the graphics section. Select the buddy in the PropertyManager to update and adjust the parameters.

Angle, coincident, concentric, distance, lock, parallel, perpendicular, and tangent mates are all common mates. Limit, linear/linear coupler, route, profile centre, symmetry, and width mates are examples of advanced mates.

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