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What I would like to do is place a multiple object template file inside of the VX template file. What I'm seeing is that I can copy seperate objects into the template file, but I can't have these all joined as one.
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With the VX template file method, you are storing individual "start up" objects that can be selected individually as the basis of a new Object in a seperate file. If you need a Multi-Object base file, simply make one, then each time you wish to define a new file based on the Multi-Object base, load it and "save as" to make the new file.
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Bob: The reason I would like to do this is because of convenience in loading up a new model. I have many drawing templates as well. What I have is many objects which are associated with each other that can be joined together as an assembly (for proof that it all comes together correctly). I don't necessarily want to have these as individual template models because there are many styles of these assemblies. I've made the mistake of mixing and matching before, and I vow never to do this again.
Perhaps to make it easier to understand, the specific models that I am speaking of are Trimmer assemblies. They are built to trim and pierce out our forged parts. We have different styles of trimmers for different part configurations.
I've considered doing this parametricly, but there are enough differences in pattern between the die sets, and I'm not very versed in doing parametrics.
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