I wanna create a isometric view with a break view but this is not collinear with the other one?
How can i solve this problem...?
I have SW 2015 Professional.
Here is the way to do in 2015 or lower versions: https://forum.solidworks.com/message/325816#comment-325816
Eduardo,,, you cannot do that easily in 2015. It looks like In 2015 the "model break" command is for MBD only. Model Break in 2016 & 2017 works well with this however. A work around, which is not all that easy, is to make a cut extrude from a sketch normal to the isometric view in the part model of the rod. Then do a "Move/Copy Bodies to bring the ends closer together. Make a configuration for that and in the assembly make another configuration which you will use in your drawing. I have attached a 2015 file for you. I think you will get the idea.
Edit:... I wanted to add that I am assuming you have an assembly in you drawing view. If it is a part that makes it a bit easier.
Another Edit:.. I suspect you would have to fudge your dims in the drawing which, of course, is not desirable.
Many years ago I did this by creating two separate ISO views, cropped them so one showed the lower part and the other showed the upper part. Then I eyeballed them so they appeared aligned followed by locking their position so they would not "accidently" move. Very crude but it works if you do not have the latest version of SW. We do not dimension ISO views where I work so it was never an issue.
Thanks for your answers, is very difficult choose a correct answer,
the three are a good option.
but I marked the most simple and useful for me situation.
Thanks a lot.
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