For some reason, regardless of the size of my part, I get rather large bounding boxes around my parts. I just upgraded from v2013, where I had the same problem.
Do you have any datum features, surfaces, or sketches that extend past the visible part? That might cause this.
Carrie Ives wrote: Do you have any datum features, surfaces, or sketches that extend past the visible part? That might cause this.
Carrie Ives wrote:
...or hidden Parts or bodies?
You might want to post your model here so others can find out what the causes
Did you copy your old 2013 templates and update them when you updated or did you start fresh with new templates?
You may have something (as others have already said) in the template or sheet format that is causing that to be again used.
I sometimes have the same problem. It doesn't happen all the time and I'm always using the same template for all my drawings. I found that I can crop the bounding boxes to get them down to a manageable size. However that is very time consuming and surely there must be a better way.
In looking at the size of the holes in your part (0.2" x 0.65") I'm gonna have to think that you have a plane (Reference Geometry) that is larger than your part. When you make drawings, do you typically use 1:1 size? Seems like at this scale I notice boxes are also abnormally large.
Just recently I put an axis in a part. Not sure what I hit but that thing went on for infinity. Hit the f key to get my part back on the screen and it was gone just a real little dot on the screen. Deleted that axis and everything worked right. Never did try to put another in.
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