Best answer: What does Revolute mate do in Onshape?

What does a fastened mate do in Onshape?

This functionality is available on Onshape’s browser, iOS, and Android platforms. Mate two entities and remove all degrees of freedom between them. Mate two entities and remove all degrees of freedom between them.

What does a cylindrical mate do?

Mate two entities allowing translational movement along the Z axis and rotational movement about the Z axis (Tz, Rz). Mate two entities allowing translational movement along the Z axis and rotational movement about the Z axis (Tz, Rz).

Do assemblies have reference planes in Onshape?

@james_close We do not allow planes in the Assembly however you can use mate connectors which can be added to the assembly origin. Hi, Thanks for the comment. You allow Parts, Sketches and Surfaces defined in a Part Studio to be Inserted to an Assembly.

What is a mate connector?

Mate connectors are local coordinate system entities located on or between parts or surfaces and used within a mate to locate and orient part or surface instances with respect to each other. You can also use mate connectors to create planes.

How many degrees of freedom are there with a Revolute mate?

Mates in Onshape & their Types

Degrees of Freedom Mate Types
One Degree of Freedom Revolute Mate Slider Mate
Two Degrees of Freedom Cylindrical Mate Pin Slot Mate
Three Degrees of Freedom Planar Mate Ball Mate
Four Degree of Freedom Parallel Mate
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