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Invert projected view

Invert projected view

(OP)
Hi,
how can I invert the view direction of a projected view ?
Example :
1) I make a projected view and start to dimension
2) During dimensioning I understand that was better the opposite projected view

Without loosing my dimensioning work, how can I reverse the view direction ?

Thank you...

Using NX 8 and TC8.3

RE: Invert projected view

RMB on the view.

Style - Orientation

Rotate to Plane choose Define Plane

Type choose YC-ZC plane (can vary in your case, depends on how you placed the view)

Make use of the reverse direction buttons, also depends on how you want to turn the view, sometimes you need the two reverse buttons sometimes one. Just play with them and you will figure it out.

On remark, sometimes it will lose the associativity for some dimensions.



 

Best regards,

Michaël.

NX7.5.4.4 + TC Unified 8.3
Win 7 64 bit

 

RE: Invert projected view

(OP)
Sorry Micky,
the file is a future version.
In the production I'm using NX 7.

Thank you...

Using NX 8 and TC8.3

RE: Invert projected view

Added a movie to show the steps.

Best regards,

Michaël.

NX7.5.4.4 + TC Unified 8.3
Win 7 64 bit

 

RE: Invert projected view

(OP)
Hi Micky,
now it's all clear.
My error was to reverse the direction.

Thank you.

Thank you...

Using NX 8 and TC8.3

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