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Inventor surface texture symbol

Inventor surface texture symbol

(OP)
Hi Good morning...
I need a help to generate surface texture symbol as single/double/triple/quadruple trinagle instead of default symbols.
So please would you like to do a fever for me regarding this subjected matter?

CLUE:
In solid edge draft file you can find as symbol (single/double/triple/quadruple trinagle)

Regards,
Priyank Padaria
Design Engineer

RE: Inventor surface texture symbol

Not certain, but is that symbol used in the ISO standards? The "square root" style symbol is, I know, an ANSI standard. Try switching the drawing standard from (what I think is the default) ANSI to ISO or one of the other standards. Go to Tools, and open the tab labelled "document settings", and switch the standard used from the drop-down menu. If you want all your drawings to default to this standard, edit your standard drawing template.

RE: Inventor surface texture symbol

Um, maybe not ISO, but JIS? Try it and see.

RE: Inventor surface texture symbol

(OP)
OK I'll try and let you know...
Thanks!!!

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