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Example: Avoiding Interference
In designing parts, be sure to avoid creating features that may interfere with each other during a shape change. For example, if your part includes two perpendicular bolt holes as shown below, avoid moving the bolt holes so far that they interfere with each other:
In this case, if the design variables you create to translate hole 1 and hole 2 have too large a range, Creo Simulate may optimize the shape so that the bolt holes are in conflict, and you could no longer place both bolts.
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