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To Create Drawing Views from non-Autodesk 3D Models

    To Create Drawing Views from non-Autodesk 3D Models

    Create base, orthogonal, and isometric projected views from IGES, STEP, Pro/ENGINEER,
    Rhino, CATIA (V4, V5), SolidWorks, JT, UGS NX and Parasolid 3D models.

    Creating drawing views for non-Autodesk 3D models is a two step process. You first
    import the non-Autodesk model to model space. Thereafter, you create drawing views
    for the model space solids and surfaces.

    To Import the non-Autodesk 3D Model

    1. Click Insert tabImport panelImport. Find
    2. In the Import File dialog box, in the Files of type box, select the file type corresponding
      to the 3D model file you want to import.
    3. Find and select the file you want to import, or enter the name of the file at File
      Name.
    4. Click Open.

      Import is performed as a background process. A notification bubble is displayed when
      the command is done.

      • Click the file name in the notification bubble. The imported file is inserted in the
        current drawing.
      TIP: If you accidentally close the notification bubble, right-click the import icon on
      the status bar, and click Insert. The imported file is inserted in the current drawing.

    5. Click OK.

    To Create a Base View from the Imported non-Autodesk 3D Model

    1. At the bottom right of the drawing area, click the tab corresponding to the layout
      you intend to create the base view on.

      TIP:If the layout contains a viewport, we recommend that you delete it before you proceed.

    2. Click Home tabView panel Base drop-downFrom Model Space. Find

      Entire model space is selected and a preview of the base view appears at the cursor.
      To create the base view for selected objects only:

      1. Click Drawing View Creation tabSelect panelModel Space Selection. Find
      2. SHIFT-click the objects you don’t want to include in the base view.
        TIP:If you accidently removed an object, click the object. The object is selected for
        the base view.

      3. Press ENTER to return to the layout.
    3. In the Orientation panel of the Drawing View Creation contextual ribbon tab, select
      the orientation for the base view.
    4. In the Appearance panel, specify the scale and view style.
    5. Click in the drawing area to indicate the location to place the base view and press
      ENTER. A preview of a projected view appears at the cursor.
    NOTE: You can change the properties of the base view using the ribbon until you press ENTER.

    1. Move the preview to the desired location and click. Repeat until all the required
      projected views are created.

      NOTE: As you move the preview, the orientation of the projected view changes to reflect
      its relationship to the base view.

    2. Click Drawing View Creation tabCreate panelOK. Find

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