Resolved (or unsuppressed) is the normal state for assembly components. A resolved component is fully loaded in memory, fully functional, and fully accessible. All its model data is available, so its entities can be selected, referenced, edited, used in mates, and so on. Parent topicComponent Suppression States.
How do I resolve a part in Solidworks?
To fix or float an assembly component:
- Right-click the component in the graphics area or the component’s name in the FeatureManager design tree.
- Select Fix or Float.
- In assemblies with multiple configurations, select This Configuration, All Configurations, or Specified Configurations.
What is the difference between lightweight and resolved in Solidworks?
When a component is fully resolved, all its model data is loaded in memory. When a component is lightweight, only a subset of its model data is loaded in memory. The remaining model data is loaded on an as-needed basis.
What is dissolve in Solidworks?
You can dissolve subassemblies into individual components, thereby moving the components up one level in the assembly hierarchy. To dissolve subassemblies: In the FeatureManager design tree, right-click a subassembly or Ctrl + select multiple assemblies and select Dissolve Subassembly.
What is temporary fix group in Solidworks?
Temporarily Fixing or Grouping Components
You can temporarily fix or group components to affect their behavior when you drag to move or rotate components. To fix or group components: Click Temporary Fix/Group (Assembly toolbar).
How do I move an assembly in Solidworks?
Click Move Component (Assembly toolbar) or Tools > Component > Move. The Move Component PropertyManager appears, and the pointer changes to . Select one or more components in the graphics area. Select a component and drag in any direction.
How do you resolve lightweight components in SolidWorks?
Setting Resolved Components to Lightweight
To set one or more resolved components to lightweight: For a single component, right-click the component and select Set to Lightweight. For an entire assembly, right-click the top level assembly icon and select Set Resolved to Lightweight.
What is a lightweight part SolidWorks?
You can load an assembly with its active components fully resolved or lightweight. Both parts and subassemblies can be lightweight. When a component is fully resolved, all its model data is loaded in memory. When a component is lightweight, only a subset of its model data is loaded in memory.
How do you dissolve a subassembly in Solidworks?
In the FeatureManager design tree, right-click a subassembly or Ctrl + select multiple assemblies and select Dissolve Subassembly. You can also select the subassembly icon and click Edit > Dissolve Assembly. The components become components of the immediate parent assembly, and the subassembly is removed.
How do you make a subassembly flexible in Solidworks?
Making a Subassembly Flexible
To make a subassembly flexible: Click a subassembly in the FeatureManager design tree and select Component Properties . In the dialog box, under Solve as, select Flexible, then click OK.