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Surface representation in 2d drawings

Surface representation in 2d drawings

Surface representation in 2d drawings

(OP)
Using V5 having problems with the creation of drawings of surfaces.  No boundaries are showing.  Is there a setting under options I have to check.

RE: Surface representation in 2d drawings

I have V5R11SP4 and I get the surface edges when I make a drawing.

We've noticed some problems with generating drawings from surfaces; biggest problem is lines/curves that we hide/show to clean-up the drawing come back when the drawing is updated.

Also, most surface edges project as a bunch of little lines. I wonder if you need to change your tool options to see the lines?

Do solids work OK?

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