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12-05-2002 11:20 PM in reply to: *Dotson, Sean
OK thanks I was kind of afraid of that, but it seems like good drafting practice to be that way. The customer wanted to see their logo behind the glass. I will have to show it with hidden lines or maybe I'll just add a front view. Either work around works.
Thanks again.
*Dotson, Sean
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12-05-2002 11:31 PM in reply to: *Dotson, Sean
I believe decals only show up in shaded
mode...


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12-06-2002 01:17 AM in reply to: *Dotson, Sean
I have not tried decals. our logo are punched thru the steel door which is ususally ivory then we put the smoked plex behind. it looks sharp.
*Keller, Kent
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12-06-2002 01:31 AM in reply to: *Dotson, Sean
If you don't need a bom, you could make it a reference part.

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"accu-cad" wrote in message news:f129fb6.11@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> I have not tried decals. our logo are punched thru the steel door which is ususally
ivory then we put the smoked plex behind. it looks sharp.
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12-06-2002 01:55 AM in reply to: *Dotson, Sean
You know I had never tried to plot a shaded idw. It never dawned on me to do that. Old pencil drawings were always b/w not shaded. Gosh am I getting old. What is a pencil used for in drafting? I an well aquainted with the red pencil... Anyway I just tried printing it shaded. It looks great! I just have to pay attension to my colors more. Maybe we should get a color printer?
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