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Notes, labels created in Modeling, Not showing in drawing

Notes, labels created in Modeling, Not showing in drawing


I am using NX9
we have received 3D model from the customer which has some section details with notes and labels in Modeling.
we would like to print those section in A3sheet with carline,
when I place this section in the drawing, I can see only the curves, but not showing the notes, labels in the drawing.
labels& notes can see only in Modeling.. Is there Anyway to show this(notes, labels) in the drawing.

Thanks in advance


RE: Notes, labels created in Modeling, Not showing in drawing

If these are drafting notes that were added to a modeling view, they will be view dependent in the view they were added to. In other words, if you add a drafting note to the top view, it will only show up in the top view. You can change this with the view dependent edit commands, forcing the note to show up in all views.

PMI objects are similarly created in a particular view. I think there is a way to inherit PMI objects to other views, but I don't use PMI enough to outline the steps to do so...

RE: Notes, labels created in Modeling, Not showing in drawing

Also check that if you're using the Master Model approach, where the Drawing is an Assembly, that the notes have been added to the Model Reference Set.

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