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broken AXIS

broken AXIS

broken AXIS

(OP)
it is posible to break axis in drawing? (catia v5r9)

thanks for help....

RE: broken AXIS

Hello,
You want to 'shorten' it?
Insert/Views/Break View/Broken View

Regards TPale

RE: broken AXIS

(OP)
No, I want to break this lines (the same way as to break dimension) I want to break axis because intersecting with dimension text.

RE: broken AXIS

As I know, you can't break an axis, but maybe you can fix your problem as follow:

1- With the icon "AXIS LINE" create a second axis. Now you have 2 axis (AXIS_1 and AXIS_2)

2- CLick on AXIS_1, Press CTRL key while selecting the axis end point above the dimension text and drag it under.

3- Click on AXIS_2, Press CTRL key while selecting the axis end point under the dimension text and drag it above.

VoilĂ 
DAB

 

RE: broken AXIS

(OP)
thanks

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