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Re: 2D Model Sheet

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I would agree with that. You mentioned borders. Don't forget there is also
a background sheet that can be used for borders.
David
"Ed Kadlec" wrote in message
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>
> David,
>
> So it sounds like I should be using the 2D Model sheet to create my part
> and then
> use the working sheet to make it look pretty. It sounds like the working
> sheet is
> mainly used to format the look of the drawing including borders and detail
> views,
> etc. Is this correct?
>
> Ed
>
> "David Rieschick" wrote:
>>Just for examples these are the types of things you can do with a drawing
>>
>>view that can't be done by drawing direcly on the working sheet:
>>
>>-Detail Views (magnified views) of any shape you want. Dimensions placed
>>in
>>detail views will give the correct value
>>
>>-Broken Views. Leave a long part at a larger scale but break the middle
>>out
>>
>>so it will fit on a sheet. Dimensions crossing the break area will still
>>be
>>correct.
>>
>>-Once drawing views are placed they can easily be drug around. All
>>dimensions an annotations associated with the view will move with it.
>>
>>-Align views. For example add alignment to a front, top and side view.
>>If
>>
>>the front view is moved to the side the top view moves with it to maintain
>>
>>the alignment.
>>
>>David

>

Re: 2D Model Sheet

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David,
Thanks for all of your help. I really appreciate it.
I do use the background sheet for the borders. I even created new background sheets
for the portrait sizes because they didn't come with the software. Only the landscape
versions were there.
Ed
"David Rieschick" wrote:
>I would agree with that. You mentioned borders. Don't forget there is also
>
>a background sheet that can be used for borders.
>
>David