Well we started running interference detections on our assemblies, we get the results ok but need to print the results for our files. Has anyone found a way to print in this exercise?
Well, I use a screen capture software that only costs $20, lifetime license, called Faststone Capture. You can find it at http://www.faststone.org. It will also do video, can be portable as well, meaning you do not have to install it to use it. It does come with a 15 day free trial.
Why not just take a screenshot?
By the time you open all items up, only about 3 items appear in real small print. You would need about 6 or 7 pages depending on the assembly size.
You are using the interference detection tool in assemblies right?
I have an assembly open, the actual interference button is in evaluate.
I was thinking that you zoom to the interfence area and take a screen shot of the interference and then in a report state which parts they are. Possibly even a screenshot after RMB -> Zoom to Selection, then zoom in to the actual area and take another screenshot. Kinda like what I have attached. I have a scrolling screenshot of the interferences expanded to show the parts. The interference of the attached screenshot is of interference 6.
That is what I'm looking to do, so how do you scroll a screen shot, no one here has ever heard of it?
Thank you very much, we figured how to use snagit for scrolling. Works great.
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