Having trouble properly cropping out the top part of the head than changing it to an isometric view without affecting the rest of the object. Tried using Break, Crop View, and Section View. Any Ideas?
Brandon Bower wrote: I looked at the configuration section in Solid-works help and I'm not clear on what you were suggesting.
Brandon Bower wrote:
I looked at the configuration section in Solid-works help and I'm not clear on what you were suggesting.
See the attached video:
Be aware, this was done with SW 2015 SP5....
Not sure what's part of the image you ref. to - I guess this is a isometric view of an exploded assembly
Your showing us a picture of something you are trying to copy.
Have you tried to make the part yet?
You have to make the part before you can make the drawing and then you can work on the cropping and orientations.
Can you post your part (or a screen shot of the part and then a screen shot of what you have done on your drawing.
What version of SW are you using?
In order to make that view, I would create a configuration of the part that looks like that and show it in that view. I would say that is the easiest way.
I have already made the part and I' creating an isometric working drawings. Whenever I try to make the part isometric with the section removed (bottom right image) using the crop view command it messes up as shown in the top right image. I've tried using section view, broken-out section, and break commands. None have worked. Any other ways without removing the section from the original part? I looked at the configuration section in Solid-works help and I'm not clear on what you were suggesting.
Got it thank you very much
Awesome.....glad we could help.
This type of cropping is used in 2d drawings only and specially when the person is not making the orthographic views but showing all details in the ISO view itself.
If you want to do the same then follow what Dan has suggested else show the section details in the orthographic views.
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