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Title: "paperspace" orthographically
Post by: Bob on January 14, 2012, 09:00:29 AM
All:

For TC's Rev. 18 Pro, oftentimes when building a model you have a part(s) on a slope or even shown in a compound angle, later you have to make those parts in paper space depicting the design as you might manufacture it, however mine are not in simple orthographic projection.  When I use the “paper space” drawing it’ll shows the views as originally designed on the model with angles again.  Is there a setting or the like I’m forgetting about, or at least a work-around for this inconvenience?

Bob
Title: Re: "paperspace" orthographically
Post by: Henry Hubich on January 14, 2012, 12:13:35 PM
All:

For TC's Rev. 18 Pro, oftentimes when building a model you have a part(s) on a slope or even shown in a compound angle, later you have to make those parts in paper space depicting the design as you might manufacture it, however mine are not in simple orthographic projection.  When I use the “paper space” drawing it’ll shows the views as originally designed on the model with angles again.  Is there a setting or the like I’m forgetting about, or at least a work-around for this inconvenience?

Bob


If you need a true fiew of an inclined surface, establish a Workplane on that surface and press Ctrl+Shift+W. Zoom/pan as required, then use Create View to save the result as a view you can insert into a Viewport.

Henry H
Title: Re: "paperspace" orthographically
Post by: GregT on January 14, 2012, 12:39:41 PM
Very easy using the Drafting Palette... although this won't work if you're wanting to render those views.