One of the great benefits of perimetric modelers, such as SolidWorks, is being able to go back and change parts of a model easily. This can be difficult if you have a complex model with many features. It can also be difficult when collaborating with someone and changes are needed as the collaborator is often not as familiar with the model as the author. Keeping the feature tree neat and organized during the original creation of the model can save a lot of time and headache when changes and modifications are needed. Here are a few simple tips to keeping your feature tree easy to navigate.
Here are a few simple steps that I use to make my feature tree easy to navigate. This is not only beneficial to me if I want to go back and change my model down the road, but also for others who may need to edit my file. A clean and organized feature tree will save time in the long run and does not take much time on the front end.
For this tutorial, the model I used is of my Grabby and the sldprt file can be found here:
Answered with a tutorial: https://grabcad.com/tutorials/tutorial-tips-keeping-your-freature-tree-clean-and-organized-in-solidworks