Applying constraints automatically is something most CAD systems can do and TopSolid 7 is no exception. Learning how to use this is something that can make your everyday life a little easier. Here´s one example on how to speed up your workflow.
When using a command several times after another it can be quite time consuming to reopen it time after time. To save time and keep frustration from taking over there is a really neat function where you can “Pin” a command. To explain this here is a quote from the TopSolid 7 Users Guide:
“The Pinned and Unpinned icons are used to choose the command’s operational mode.If pinned, the command will automatically restart after its use, which allows several fillet creations, for example, to be strung together without having to repeat the command.If unpinned, however, the command runs just one time.”
There is a good example of this in the earlier posted videos about creating Chassis in TopSolid 7. The first one is made without the Pinned/Unpinned and the second one is made with Pinned/Unpinned activated.
And it gets even better because this function stays activated forever or until you deactivate it. Meaning when you use this command next time it will still be “pinned”.