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Wireframe isometric from isogen

Wireframe isometric from isogen

Wireframe isometric from isogen

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Does anyone know how to generate a wireframe iso from C2 rather than the typical centerline isos that C2 generates through Isogen ?

Intergraph provides the wireframe isometrics in their training docs but they only explain how to get the normal piping isometric models.

RE: Wireframe isometric from isogen

If you use Isogen you will obtain single-line isometrics. The double-line and wire-frame views are generated by the CAESAR II graphics, not an external package.

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

RE: Wireframe isometric from isogen

(OP)
Thank you for the information Richard.

Then the typical wireframe isos in your training docs are just an export of the graphics in wire-frame view and not any special options correct ?

RE: Wireframe isometric from isogen

Correct.

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

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