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How to create a user-defined library in Pro-E

By Hoozefa Shaikh on 14 May 14:07 2 answers 1210 views 0 comments

I have say for example an assembly consisting of three parts (A, B and C).
Each part belong to their respective family table.
I want to create a library such that i can use the assembly into my current working project.
Right now, Every time i want to use that assembly, i copy the files, and paste the same into my current working directory, else every time it gives me file missing error.

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  • Josep Muntané
    Josep Muntané over 3 years ago

    Not if you work on your computer or on a computer network.
    But anyway you can add to your file:
    search_path address
    c: \ work \ part
    You will also need your proengineer can see instances

  • shoaib ahmedw
    shoaib ahmedw over 3 years ago

    Hi and Greetings to all,
    Now let me tell you one thing before we get started. Whatever you will learn with help from my answer is EASY.

    So, lets begin.
    1- After completing your designs. CLICK on NEW
    2- Assembly, give name to it. CLICK on OK.
    3- Start selecting your 1st design. CLICK on ADD NEW COMPONENT TO THE ASSEMBLY icon on the right side menu.
    4- Below you can see the options for USER DEFINED or RIGID and so on....

    Now, i guess you have got some idea.

    Thanks and Regards.

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