I have been trying to get a rather small pipe run to display in 1 isometric. When the isometric is generated it is broken up into 3 different isometric drawings. I have tried to adjust the congestion slider with no results. The check box for force iso to one sheet also produces no results.
What am I doing wrong?
Thanks in Advance
I'm having the same problem. Forcing it to one page is not working here. Attached is a sample of an isometric. I also used an Offset Rotation in this sample.
One more thing, when you use Offset Rotation, Iso Message doesn't work.
Thanks in advance.
I had that problem too. For me the connectors were not on the layer it was suppose to be. When you assign the number for the pipe route it will make 2 layers. One for the pipe and one for the connectors. If a connector is missed it will split up your iso. The other problem could be a connection. If there is a leak symbol anywhere it will split up your iso as well.
iso break points also seem to be ignored when using the offset rotation. I think there has to be some kind of bug when using the offset rotation, where it disregards other iso features. Has anyone been able to fix this yet?
Is the branch table in the spec you're using complete and full?
I would hope the branch table is full, i am using the "out-of-the-box" SS150 spec. Its just that the offset rotation override found in the advanced Iso settings seems to throw off all the "Iso Annotations" that you can apply while modeling.
1. Could you check is there any disconnected component or Lone component in your dwg file?
2. In the lower left section of "Isometric Creation Results" window you see there an option "Open Log File", clicking this will open a notepad that show any error or warnings in you isometric creation process. Look for any error or warning message there, which might help to find the cause.
I tried creating ISO with your pcf and found there to be some Disconnected/Lone components.
Refer the attached error log file.
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