how can I fix this cross section problem in assembly drawing?
Why is that a problem? Considering the actual thread profiles are not being shown, it shows the effective condition in that area.
Changing the orientation and scale of one of the hatches might minimise the visual impact.
Thanks for your reply, but I'm not sure to understand your reply,
I'm new in solidworks and i came from Autocad, corret visualization is like attached photo,
How I can obtain same visualization? I' using cosmetic thread.
Does your part in the middle has threads over the complete length??
what do you mean "over complete length"
piece is 10mm long and thread is 5mm, if thread is longer as complete piece result is same.
If the threads are not on the full length, then how come you'll have that in drawing.
Marco Negri wrote: piece is 10mm long and thread is 5mm, if thread is longer as complete piece result is same.
Marco Negri wrote:
Can you upload the all the files here to check.
probably you are non understood my question, my complain is that solidworks overlapping filled lines, not lenght of the thread, see atteched.
I don't think that you can get that kind of result with SolidWorks or any similar 3d cad software. In AutoCAD, it is doable because we are making it manually but in 3d cad software, this is how it has been programmed.
So, you are saying that this result is better that solidworks can do?
Uhmm. I' m surprise but if there is no way I accept,
thank you very much for you help.
I am sorry to say, but yes, that is what you should expect. Solidworks doesn't much care about creating real/correct/standard/accepted 2-D drawings.
It is a shame, but you will have to down grade your expectations.
It is a strong 3-D modeling system, weak on the 2-D side.
I agree with you, it's a shame to down grade instead of increasing quality, my drawings will seems less professional than now.
Per Josh's method, your drawings will actually be more professional because you would be adhering to an official standard, and not the AutoCAD version.
Your first image more accurately reflects the real world condition. Having actual thread profiles would be more accurate.
As a previous ProEngineer Trainer and user I'm afraid SoliWorks 3D and Drawing capabilities are very limeted.
If you will exclude the male threaded component from the section scope (as I believe is common if not standard drawing practice), the unsectioned fastener will cover the sectioned geometry as you desire.
Shure, this is a better way, not completely what I want but...
Try setting Cosmetic thread display to High Quality under Tools > Options > Document Properties > Detailing.
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