i am having trouble scaling the drawing. I go to Sheet scale and change scale say 10:1 i then sketch a line and it comes out say 50mm long.I then change scale to say 20:1 and repeat.
The line still comes out the same length. ie the scaling is not being recognized. I am in ISO draft
,working drawing. any help?
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I'm not shure if you are in the right forum, but i'll try to answer.
The sheet has no scale property, there is only a default scale in the SheetSetup object:
All you draw on the sheet directly is 1:1
All the "magic" takes place in the DrawingViews. Here the geometry from a 3D or 2D model (1:1) is transformed by the scale of DrawingView object to the sheet.
So a line in a 2D model that is 50mm long will be displayed on the sheet smaller, if the scale is 1:5. But when you place a dimension on the sheet to that line inside the DrawinView will show 50mm.
Thanks for your help. Maybe i have got this all wrong. I dont want to make a model.
all i want to do is place a part say 1000mm long x 80mm wide on the sheet.
obviously 1000mm will not fit on the sheet so i assumed i could scale it like i would do in any manual drawing.
Maybe solid edge is not for me
Thanks for help
I think this is a question for the Solid Edge Forum.
If you dont want to create a 3D model then draw your lines on the 3D Model sheet (this is allways 1:1)
Then change to the previous sheet (showing the paper borders) and use the command sketch / 2D-Model (in group Drawing views)
This creates a view to your geometry on the 2D Model on the Sheet that allows you to change scaling.