Lukasz Stanislawski wrote:
I have assembly which contains few configurations (cabinet with different drawers and door setups). I would like to create a drawing for each individual configuration and
add annotations, dimensions etc. to each configuration.
I open config 1 model. I open drawing which shows our cabinet with config1 setup of drawers and doors.
I open config 2 model and I can open drawing with config2 without messing dimensions and annotations.
I hope it's clear. In other words I have few configurations and I'd like to have drawing for each config. Because now whenever I open config1 - drawing might have config2 reference and when I change it manually to config1 all dimensions and annotations from config2 are still there.
Possible or not?
Not with the workflow you're describing. You'll need to have a separate drawing (or at least separate drawing views or sheets in the same drawing) for each configuration, one representing each configuration. Add dimensions and notes to each as appropriate.
You have actually gave me good idea of having multiple sheets in drawing where every sheet has different config in it.
Then I will export particular sheet into .pdf/dxf and its done!