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How to get one (and only one) hole patterns hidden lines to show up in a drawing

How to get one (and only one) hole patterns hidden lines to show up in a drawing

How to get one (and only one) hole patterns hidden lines to show up in a drawing

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I have quite a complex assembly, and I want to make a General Assembly Drawing where I need to have two hole patterns visible. If I right click on the View of interest, click Edit View, and then change the style to wire frame with hidden lines, then there are waaay to many unwanted hidden lines for me to just delete all of them. So my question is, how do I just select one hole patterns hidden lines to show up in a drawing?

RE: How to get one (and only one) hole patterns hidden lines to show up in a drawing

The best is to make Section View or create Break Out View. But there is also available to show hidden lines on a single part.
You have to find that part in the browser window and with right click select Hidden Lines.

RE: How to get one (and only one) hole patterns hidden lines to show up in a drawing

The easiest method is as stated above, find the major part with that hole pattern in the assembly on the drawing modelview tree, right-click and show hidden lines, then hide the lines that you don't want.

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