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Model Orientation

Question asked by Joel Nelson on May 29, 2011
Latest reply on Mar 13, 2012 by Jeremiah Feist

I see that this question has been asked before from people like myself who are PRO/E users, trying to learn SolidWorks, so I appolgize for asking again. However, I feel that either I am not finding a answer that works, or is way to over complicated.

 

I need to create Isometric view for exploded assembly drawings.

Most of the previous post appear to state just orient the view till it looks good, and save that orientation.


Sorry, that is not good enough for me.

I am required by standard (company and customer) that isometric orientation be at a specific rotational value (45/35.26/30).

 

For example, from PRO/E I can orient a model in a Right Side view, and change the rotation by the values above, then save that new view for reuse.

The dialog box for this looks like this:

PROE_orient.JPG

 

So my question is:

If I am oriented in a normal (right) view, is there a way in SolidWorks to create a Isometric view that is rotated in the H (45), V (35.26), C (30)?

 

 

Thanks in advance for any help

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