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*Koch, Erich
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Assembly cut out

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12-04-2002 07:10 AM
In an assembly, is it possible to make a cut out on a part such that I can see
the parts behind through the cut? If so, how is this done?

Thanks,
Erich
*Koch, Erich
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Re: Assembly cut out

12-04-2002 07:11 AM in reply to: *Koch, Erich
I should have said that I am talking about an idw assembly
Erich
*Corbin, Brian
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12-04-2002 07:24 AM in reply to: *Koch, Erich
Look into break-out sections

"Erich Koch" wrote in message
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> I should have said that I am talking about an idw assembly
> Erich
>
>
*Keller, Kent
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12-04-2002 07:29 AM in reply to: *Koch, Erich
Hi Erich

Sounds like you are looking for Breakout views. You should be able to find them in Help

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Kent
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"Erich Koch" wrote in message
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> I should have said that I am talking about an idw assembly
> Erich
>
>
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accu-cad
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12-04-2002 08:59 PM in reply to: *Koch, Erich
As the others stated broken sections are the way to go. I just figured them out yesterday. Some bumps in the road I had were getting the sketch associated with the view that the broken out section is in and depth.

depth is the easy one depth is NOT a negative distance. Yes I put a - value in and got nothing. Yes it makes all the sense in the world but sometimes that happens.

sketching in the view wasn't too difficult either.
I found highlighting in the browser was easier than picking the views.(some of mine overlap each other.) then hit the sketch button. the sketch grid did not always look OK whe I did that and I don't know why. once it was smaller than the view and looked incomplete and twice it was larger than the view. I am not sure why but it worked all 3 times.

When it did not work was when my sketch was not under the view in question. I just deleted it and redefined the sketch properly.
*Koch, Erich
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12-04-2002 10:49 PM in reply to: *Koch, Erich
Thanks to you all.
Erich

accu-cad wrote:

> As the others stated broken sections are the way to go. I just figured them
> out yesterday. Some bumps in the road I had were getting the sketch associated
> with the view that the broken out section is in and depth.
>
> depth is the easy one depth is NOT a negative distance. Yes I put a - value in
> and got nothing. Yes it makes all the sense in the world but sometimes that
> happens.
>
> sketching in the view wasn't too difficult either.
> I found highlighting in the browser was easier than picking the views.(some of
> mine overlap each other.) then hit the sketch button. the sketch grid did not
> always look OK whe I did that and I don't know why. once it was smaller than
> the view and looked incomplete and twice it was larger than the view. I am not
> sure why but it worked all 3 times.
>
> When it did not work was when my sketch was not under the view in question. I
> just deleted it and redefined the sketch properly.
*Caldwell, Larry
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12-05-2002 02:48 AM in reply to: *Koch, Erich
You can pick on geometry to set the depth as well.
~Larry


"Erich Koch" wrote in message
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> Thanks to you all.
> Erich
>
> accu-cad wrote:
>
> > As the others stated broken sections are the way to go. I just figured
them
> > out yesterday. Some bumps in the road I had were getting the sketch
associated
> > with the view that the broken out section is in and depth.
> >
> > depth is the easy one depth is NOT a negative distance. Yes I put a -
value in
> > and got nothing. Yes it makes all the sense in the world but sometimes
that
> > happens.
> >
> > sketching in the view wasn't too difficult either.
> > I found highlighting in the browser was easier than picking the
views.(some of
> > mine overlap each other.) then hit the sketch button. the sketch grid
did not
> > always look OK whe I did that and I don't know why. once it was smaller
than
> > the view and looked incomplete and twice it was larger than the view. I
am not
> > sure why but it worked all 3 times.
> >
> > When it did not work was when my sketch was not under the view in
question. I
> > just deleted it and redefined the sketch properly.
>
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