I have a 3/8″ aluminum plate that has machined pockets on both sides. In my drawings, the isometric view will show (and print) 2 edges from the pockets on the back side of the plate when at zoom to fit, but when I zoom in to the area it will show correctly. Is there a way to eliminate these edges when printed? Right clicking and selecting hide edges is not an option since there is no real edge there.
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I have several assemblies with two configurations. The only difference between the two configurations is that there are a few parts with a different configuration. Is there a way to apply the same exploded view to the second assembly without having to do it manually a second time?
I have been working on an assembly all day and having SW crash several times with errors indicating out of memory. This last time it shut down there was no error indication. When I re-opened the assy file, it had an appearance on it that I had not given to it. Watching the screen as it opens, it initially looks correct, but when it finishes building the appearance is applied. When opening up the sub-assemblies there are no appearances. I am unable to find where this appearance is comming from, how do I remove this appearance from the top level assembly?
In an assembly I created a sub-assembly. In this sub-assembly I have a plate with components on both sides. I have saved this sub-assembly outside of the original assembly so that I can create an exploded view for a drawing.
I would like to have a front and back configuration to have exploded drawings of each side. For the front config I have everything mated properly, but when I try to change the mates for the back config, the front config will then use the back config mates.
What I am trying to accomplish is to have the front view aligned with the origin, and the back 180deg about the right plane.
What is the best way to put a spherical cut on a side of a shaft? I have a .375 dia shaft that needs a spherical dimple on its side by use of a .125 Ball E’Mill to a depth of .030. All ideas appreciated.
Recently I tried to add a second sheet to a drawing, ans SW is looking for a .slddrt or .drt file which does not exist on my pc. I tried to do a save as to create this file type, but there are no options to save as a .slddrt or .drt file. Any ideas on how to resolve this would be appreciated.
I was looking for something in SW help, and I ran accross a section on Fit Tolerences. I could really use this but the help section really didn’t explain enough for me. If someone could give me a better overview of this feature I would appreciate it. Thanks
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