DeepSOIC wrote:Part-o-magic supports creating nested Parts, or nested Modules, or even Parts within Modules. If it's not working for you, please explain in detail what you do.
Hi, when using PoM I can only create nested Parts, but without the option to have more of one Part at the same level... may be I'm not using PoM in the right way...
I attach the desired and of the PoM tree I get
easyw-fc wrote:1) make a compound of the App::Part structure
I thought Draft Clone would do that, but it doesn't. That might be a very simple fix to master FreeCAD.
easyw-fc wrote:2) make a union of the App::Part structure
Same as with clone
+ Part Fuse.
Great! Looking forward for it
easyw-fc wrote:3) make a simple copy of the App:Part structure (similar to Mux in assembly2)
I don't quite understand... Sounds like an easy deal, please explain in detail.
If you use assembly2 to build up a model with parts, then you can create a Mux of your assembled parts...
The Mux is similar to a fusion and a single copy of the objects and it is a really nice option to have a single object of your assembled part without any boolean operation
thx for your attention