how do you save an exploded assembly view to use in a drawing?
There's a checkbox when you select a view to show in exploded state.
PS - you don't save an exploded view. It's just added to the configuration in the assembly. Just a check box on the drawing side of it.
If it's not a standard view, you can save it via the space bar -> add new view and then in the drawing, use the exploded state there.
How do you add it to the drawing?
Just create a regular view of the configuration that has the exploded view, then inside the drawing, select the view you just made and click the check box that says, "Show in exploded state".
Like Dan has said, just check the little box "Show in exploded state"
Steve Calvert wrote: Like Dan has said, just check the little box "Show in exploded state" Steve C
Steve Calvert wrote:
Thanks for posting the picture. I wanted to, but I was in the middle of something and couldn't get out of it.
Welcome... Did we satisfy the question?
Between the advice and some fiddling around I got it to work. I needed to make a new configuration and call that out in the drawing as well as the exploded state.
You don't have to create a separate configuration (unless you want to).
Your default configuration is just fine. see the attached video. No extra configurations were made or harmed during the recording.
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