For the Break fonction In a drawing .idw, I wish we could edit the break line as we can for a Section Line.
SO SAY WE ALL.
In a drawing .idw, I wish we could link the scale of the sketch symbol with the view attached and also put constraints between sketch symbols lines and view lines In a way that sketch symbols will fallow the view with precision.
Are we talking about being able to put jogs in the line, or just being able to do things like put constraints on it (so that if something changes in the model it doesn't slide off the edge so there's no way to find it to try and get it back where it should have stayed and the only thing you can do is delete the whole view and start over again.)
I could probably come up with a bunch, but one that come to mind is in drawings the ability to not only attach text to the balloons, but to show the quantity outside of the balloon in all four quandrants (12,3,6,9 o'clock) and be able to have an "X" after it. Similar to how Solidworks does it.
Lesoux, it was already implemented in Inventor 2013.
My wish list includes sheet metal features such as normal cut and the possibility to change a base view to a flat partern after projected view is created. Changes in Base view would not affect projected views. I also would need a partial depth view to the projected view so that we could only see some of the bendings.
Should be ability to create the slots (straight slot, arc slot) like separate feature in the sketch. Creating slots like 2 circle and 2 line or arc with constraints is too long.
I disagree with that last one. You can create a slot very easily with just the line tool and no need to use circles.
I know about this way. It works for linear slots only. Tell me please, how you will create the arc slots? I'm talking about separate feature with creating dimensions automatically.
Seperate sketch element or seperate feature?
I usually sketch it out, but if I wanted a feature I would use the Place Feature command.
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