I want to create a technical illustration and have it show the hidden lines of the part.
The part has internal holes and i want the show that.
Something like the attached one?
You have to avtivate "Show hidden lines" in the Workshop "Technical ..." (don´t know the English name, also attached screenshot is in German, sorry).
Hope this helps.
in model space hidden lines visible may be selected in the display styles drop-down:
in drawings, select the drawing view and select hidden lines visible:
Thanks for the reply, but i am working with composer, as its the composer forum.
Ben Langdon wrote: Thanks for the reply, but i am working with composer, as its the composer forum.
Ben Langdon wrote:
OH jeez, you are. I'm sorry.
Thomas is correct, toggle on to show hidden lines in the technical illustration workshop
So I guess i don't know how to edit the technical illustration after making it. I did it again and turned on the show hidden lines and it showed up. Can you edit the illustration or not after making it?
So, how do i make this image better? like easier to see that there is hidden holes.
the base is to small. Use a larger zoom of the detail, so small lines can be better calculated.
Save this scene as an view. So you will be able to update this Detail.
Sorry, I couldn´t reply earlier due to the weekend. But Dirk has already described it.
In pictures it would be like the below ones.
View 1 with higher zoom and detail view made with technical illustration workshop.
View 2 is a sepearate view which shows the final Illustration of the part together with the detail view with hidden lines.
Hope we all could help.
I ended up changing the line width and that helped, but i tried your idea and it works as well. Thanks for the help, not to get back learning the new software.
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