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Drafting Views From CGR's

Drafting Views From CGR's

Drafting Views From CGR's

In R11, How do we create views of a assy that is made of half CGR/half exact geometry

any pointer will be appreciated


RE: Drafting Views From CGR's

Hi sapatak,
I think what's needed is to check the box 'Generation view from CGR' under
 Tools+Options+Mechanical Design+Drafting+Generation
Avaiable from R10.

RE: Drafting Views From CGR's

Hi Sapatak,
In addition to the above,
If you create any views with the "Generate views from CGR"
checked on,you will not be able to create any section or section cut views from these views.
You will only be able to create the normal views
(Front,Top etc.) and detail views.

Hope this helps,

RE: Drafting Views From CGR's

thanks guys, but what about "hybrid assemblies" where I have some exact geometry models and CGR's

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