It can be tedious, but it can also be a lot of fun.
But there's one trick I've picked up in my travels. It's how to constrain content, in particular custom content, a little more quickly than by using the standard method.
Now before I get started, one disclaimer. I'm using standard content to demo my blog, I didn't have customer content center fasteners I could share with you, so I had to borrow the standard.
Since I'm using standard content, I also I know I could use Autodrop, but the point was to show an alternative. All I ask is you bear with me on the standard content part.
So with that said, it's time to get started.
Of course you'll need to place your content from the browser.
|Selecting content to place|
2) When the fastener previews, right click and choose the size you want to place.
|Choosing the size of your content center fastener|
3) Next left click to place your fastener, but here's the trick. Without you even knowing it, the insert constrain is active. Before you left click to place the next fastener, left click under the head of the fastener you wan to place.
|Selecting under the head of the fastener|
|Completing the constraint with a second click on the mating hole|
|Repeating the step for multiple fasteners.|