|Copy and Paste||Provides a quick way of reusing simple features or bodies. This command is to be used when you need to rework one specification or no specifications at all.|
|Provides a quick way of reusing simple features or bodies. This command is to be used when you need to rework one specification or no specifications at all.|
|Drag and Drop||Provides a quick way of copying simple features or bodies at different locations.|
|Paste Special||Reuses bodies with or without their specifications.|
|If this option is used, only the geometry is copied, not the specifications. Pasted bodies reflect the changes to the initial bodies. This command is mostly used in a multi-model environment.|
|If this option is used, bodies are pasted as well as their design specifications. The capability is the same as the commonly used Copy and Paste command|
|Rectangular Pattern||Creates several
identical features from one feature or more or even from bodies, and
simultaneously positions them on an part.
You position instances with respect to a rectangular or circular grid, or using sketched points.
|PowerCopy||Creates a set of
features (geometric elements, formulas, constraints and so on) that are
grouped in order to be used in a different context. You can completely
redefine these entities when you paste them. As it captures the design
intent and know-how of the designer, it enables greater reusability and
efficiency. We recommend you to use this command for bodies, features,
sketches and design tables that require new specifications.
To benefit from the best level of performance in the long term, use this
capability to enrich your feature catalogs.
|User Defined Feature||Creates hybrid features, intended to be stored in catalogs and instantiated later on. For more information, refer to Product Knowledge Template User's Guide Version 5.|