I have difficulties, how can I make text that can follow curved lines at an angle? I am currently creating a manual, so if one view is shifted, the text will be left behind, please advise me the best.
You need to insert the note onto your view and it will move when you reposition the view. Your image shows a dimension with added text. That dimension will have to move with the view it is attached to.
I don't think you can have arced dimension text within SW Standard drawing dimension format. You can work around it using SW block & sketch text functionality. The angle dimension will parametrically update to the true angle. Text can be added all around the dimension.
But I would recommend against it. Unless you have a pressing reason. Anyways, below is one way to achieve it.
The short working principle. Insert Block, Explode block, click Angle dim, copy name and paste into linked Note. Done
Note: You don't have to link the dimension value to the sketched text. You can leave the angle dimension as is and drag the size of your sketch arc to suit the angle dimension arc. The linked text is a bonus idea. Just wanted to see if it was possible in drawings….
Tools used - SW 2016:
Images below show some of the steps. The block contains a radial line, two lines enclosing the arc and a driven angle dimension with the Dimension Value hidden and a sketched text place on the arc. Click the angle dimension & make note of the dimension ID i.e. D1@Sketch1@.. Double click the sketch text and insert "D1@Sketch1@part.slddrw".
Now save it to your design library. Template done.
Note: Sketched text is only available in part files. But you can copy and paste them into drawing views and have the same functionality as in parts.
Basically you pull the sketch block onto your view and explode it.
Align the two sketch lines to your drawing view model edges. Click the angle dimension again and you will see what new autogenerated name SW has assigned to your sketch i.e. D1@Sketch6@... The important part is the Sketch name itself "Sketch6" or better the new number. Double click the sketched text now. Replace the "1" (or whatever it says in your case) with "6" (or whatever your new number would be) and your note updates instantly.
Thank you for your expnation with detail and your suggest.
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