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Drafting Section View

Drafting Section View

Drafting Section View

(OP)
Greetings:

I have a question on defining the line of a section view. It does not appear that the section line can be anything but a straight line of whatever center you select. What I would like to be able to do is have one half of the line between (2) points, and the other half between (2) different points (both share the same center). I have attached an example picture to help clarify.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Brent

RE: Drafting Section View

That should be no problem whatsoever. Look for something with the word 'Revolve' in it.

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RE: Drafting Section View

As John suggests....

If using NX11 or higher (I assume nothing's changed after NX11), bring up the Section View dialog (Menu -> Insert -> View -> Section...) and go over to the top of the Section View dialog and change the 2nd pulldown from the top from Simple/Stepped to Revolved. Use available model features to position the point of rotation and the start & end legs.

Tim Flater
NX Designer
NX 11.0.2.7 MP11 Rev. A
GM GPDL 11-A.3.5
Win7 Enterprise x64 SP1
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RE: Drafting Section View

(OP)
Thank you for the response. I know how to do this now. Much appreciated.

Brent

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