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How do I show Part axis systems in a drawing view (V5)

How do I show Part axis systems in a drawing view (V5)

(OP)
Good day, everyone!!

Can anyone tell me how part axis system(s) can be shown in a drawing view?
 I know how to show points, lines, but not axis systems.

Thanks!!!
 

Forever Young.....

RE: How do I show Part axis systems in a drawing view (V5)

As far as I am aware you cannot show the axis. When you set up the view if you select the axis as your origin the when the view is active you will see the axis which is the same as the 3D.  

RE: How do I show Part axis systems in a drawing view (V5)

In Options>Mechanical Design>Layout> "View axis system based on 3D axis system"

 

RE: How do I show Part axis systems in a drawing view (V5)

(OP)
Thanks, My configuration is MD2, so, I think I can not do it.

Forever Young.....

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