I am new to solid edge. How do I print an actual size model? My class is working on a free flight plane and created a 1D print of the wing. How do I get this to print in it's actual size?
first welcome to the Solid Edge Community.
Are You asking for a paper prnit of the wing in a scale 1:1?
If so, make a draft of Your wing and set the scale to 1:1
Maybe You need a certain printer to being able printing oversize paper formats, or YOu have to split this somehow onto several sheets of paper.
Is this, what You have asked for?
Hi there @FB1,
If posting about, or uploading "Academic" files....could you please post to the Student Edition forum, that way those with access only to a commercial license will know not to bother downloading, & trying to open the file.
However, in order to print [you don't say what page size you have available to print with].....but you will find it easier to make a 1:1 scale draft [DFT] view of the part [PAR] file, and using "Draw in view" [right click for the context menu] sketch some grid reference lines, to use as guides for "Print Area" quadrants....then ensuring [usually have to key it in every time] to force it 1:1. [Paper Length : Design length]
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I would not be able to give a better answer.
... and it always is a pleasure to read text from a native English speaker and learn how to use this language!
And don't worry, we are looking into that too!