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Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View


What is the difference between clipping view and quick clipping view?


CAD 2015

RE: Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

I got it:

Not big deal.....

CAD 2015

RE: Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

The main difference is the source used to generate the view: clipping views use the 3D geometry and the source view, while quick clipping views just use the source view. Here's a similar discussion regarding detail views: Detail and Quick Detail views in Drafting

RE: Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

What do you call "Source View"?.....

CAD 2015

RE: Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

My error, I should have stated "reference view" rather than "source view" to use the correct terminology. I'm just now realizing that this isn't applicable in a clipping view since there is no reference view for a clipping view. The basic idea of a plain clipping view referencing 3D and the quick clipping view referencing 2D only still appears to apply though: Creating a Clipping View / Clipping View Profile .

Practically speaking, I'm not sure what the difference is. I don't think I've ever used a quick version of any view, but I am also far from a power/experienced CATIA user.

RE: Clipping View vs Quick Clipping View

Thanks a lot!

CAD 2015

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