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jwmelvin

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I drew several bodies and then converted them to components (not following rule #1.) Now that they are converted and are part of an assembly, I have lost any ability to see the timeline or the underlying sketches. Is this normal? Would this be different if I created the component first and then added the sketches?
Yup, now you see why they call it "rule #1." As MikeWi pointed out, the sketches are still there but the design becomes very confusing when you do it the way you did rather than create components before creating geometry.
 

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I see the sketches now. They are only visible under "sketches" and not under each component. Thanks again for the clarification.
Not sure if I will build it, but I was trying to envision a double fat tire bicycle!



Sure would look cool.

Robert
 

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Try left clicking on the sketch and drag it into the component. Sometimes it will let you do this.

Good luck,
Ted
 
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