actually i made a shell for aerodynamics i want to produce it in real world i nee 2-d drawings at multiple planes how do we do it
Select each plane in order and click Section View in the HUD:
Scroll property manager and click save:
Check Drawing annotation view and click Save:
(Yours should start with A-A, but I've already made five sections)
Repeat this for each plane, going in plane order.
Open a new drawing and all of your section views are on the View tab:
But you must add the view with the section lines into the drawing first:
The section cut lines won't be there. They're added automatically as you add each section view:
Continue adding the section views:
I hope this helps.
Are your surfaces not showing?
Im away from my computer but from memory you can use model items to insert them
2014 SOLIDWORKS Help - Model Items
I'm sorry, I can't quite understand the problem.
Is there a screenshot?
at each plane i need underlying sketches for the above model
If you need to printed on a 3D printer make a *.STL from your part
If you need to have basic dimension make a part and it's drawing.
If you need to unfold surfaces use 2018 SOLIDWORKS Help - Flatten Surface
If you need to make internal structural use 2018 SOLIDWORKS Help - Structural Member PropertyManager
Try to upload a screenhoot or a by hand workflow to have a clear idea of your needed
i need 2d sketches for the surface model at multiple places,between nose and front plane
Use "intersection curve". Select all the planes and the surfaces. It'll create sketches at the plane and surface intersection points.
is there anyway , in which i can insert individual intersection curve into a drawing file
Possible. Select plane first and click on "intersection curve" to get 2D sketches(in my last reply I have selected all planes and got 3D sketch). Insert the view into the drawing. In drawing's Feature Manager Design Tree hide the sketches that you don't want to show. Repeat this for other sketches on different views.
In HUD "view sketches" should be selected to show sketches on drawing.
Sachin Murigesh s answer is true.
this is an additional explanation.
see attached video.
2019 has a "New" feature called
Slicing - go to Insert/Slicing - What the feature does is slice your part and adds a plane and a sketch at each slice
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