Creates a set of pin jigs at positions defined in the work center. The work center is defined in the Planning task. This command also allows you to add rows, columns, and individual pin locations.
A pin jig is a manufacturing aid consisting of a height-adjustable pedestal that supports a part such as a plate, assembly, or block. You can place multiple pin jigs on a plate, assembly, or block.
When you place pin jigs, you must specify the base plane of the supported parts. The base plane is a plane that represents the workshop floor. The software calculates the height of the pins as the distance between the base plane and the part, taking into account the used pin head. The spacing between the jig grid lines is derived from the work center information that has been assigned to the assembly to which the parts belong.
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