I use the standard right view as the satrting reference in drawing, i want to get a relative view from a single component (not assembely)which is similar a Isometirc view, i tried all surfaces , the result is as a top, front or right standard view,
Well simply create the required view in the model and insert in the drawing.
Here is post on how to create a new view orientation in model: Creating New View Orientation
The post is bit old but concept/process in same in recent/latest versions also. And once you've the view created, it would be available in the view palette in drawing. From there you can simply drop into the drawing.
You can use "Relative to Model" view. Menu insert->drawing views->relative to model.
Using this function you can select from your 3D model which are the two planes or surfaces that re used to create a new view.
That what i did the same, not work, please see screen shot and attached file:
Work around is arrange your model as you want to show in drawing, then go to drawing and drop view with "current model view".
I won't recommend that for mainly two reasons:
You can create the projected ISO view in the drawing itself
Hi, dear Deepak, may u have look i attached screen shot, the view i want is not exact ISO view, i could use the rotate tool in drawing the get this is view, but what if the view i want may the specific request , ask related to some dimension.
It works through your method!!, thanks!!
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