Just produced a GA direct from the model and in some views some AutoCAD items are showing, in some they aren't.
Memory can't be an issue as the model is only small compared to other projects I have completed on Advance Steel.
When I select a bolt to label it always comes up as the hole diameter rather than the bolts properties. Can anyone help?
How come when I do a different section on the same drawing but on a different view port I get section 'A-A' when there is already a section 'A-A'... rather than 'B-B', 'C-C' and so on?
We would like to know the answer to this too, so frustrating deleting parts of the token over and over again. Half the time all I need is the Item Number
Had a slight problem for a few years where I couldn't change the direction of the mesh and no matter where I set the ucs it always drew the mesh the same direction.
Just a quick hint that on the actual mesh direction symbol on the mesh panel, you can spin around and have the mesh in any direction you want!
I was just wondering if there was a way to draw a model and then say I want x amount of the whole model?
At the minute I am having to go through each assembly piece and change the quantities that way, which can be a pain in the back side. Surely there is a way to tell the program that I want a certain amount of the whole model built up?
I was just wondering how you could create a 3D perspective view rather than an 3D isometric view?
I have changed the view on the model to perspective but when I come to put it on an arrangement drawing setting the ucs to the view im looking at the detail is always in isometric.
Any ideas? Not a major issue really, I was just wondering if it was possible as it can have its benefits.
I have tried using the 3d polyline in autocad and extruding this polyline into cicular hollow section, however i can't seem to fillet the corners like i can in the 2d polyline command.
At the minute i am having to draw in the x & y plane turning the UCS and welding the items together.
Just wondering if anyone can help here?
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