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Generating 2d drawings from 3D

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10-23-2012 11:51 PM

Hi,

 

I'm using Cad 2011,how do u generate 2D drawings from a 3D object,i know that the command only works on layout n on 2013 the command is "Base".So wat is it on 2011?

 

 
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M_Hensley
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Re: Generating 2d drawings from 3D

10-24-2012 03:39 AM in reply to: NdumisoG

The command FLATSHOT will make a 2D drawing from a 3D part.

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Re: Generating 2d drawings from 3D

10-24-2012 05:18 AM in reply to: M_Hensley
Ok thanks,but now how do u show hidden detail line n defferent vies eg. side view,top view etc. Is there a same command that works as Flatshot on layout ?
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Re: Generating 2d drawings from 3D

10-24-2012 08:06 AM in reply to: NdumisoG

Friend, did you look up the command FLATSHOT in HELP? It's description is as follows:

"Creates a 2D representation of all 3D objects based on the current view."

 

So... go to each of the views you want to make into 2D and use the command FLATSHOT at each.

 

>>>...how do u show hidden detail line...<<<
You don't: you now only have 2D.

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Re: Generating 2d drawings from 3D

10-30-2012 01:25 PM in reply to: NdumisoG

Viewbase was new in AutoCAD 2012.

 

You will need to use SOLVIEW/SOLDRAW, SOLPROF, SECTIONPLANE or FLATSHOT in AutoCAD 2011.

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