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cmscanto
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Breakout view trough shafts. Keys are sectioned???

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10-21-2013 02:28 AM

Hello community.

 

Since Bolts nuts and key shafts are not sectioned according to standards I can´t find a way to section a shaft inside a section view without cutting through these components. I have posted in atatchment an example of the problem and a picture of what it should be like.

 

I have been strugling with this break out view for quite some time and haven´t figured out a way to do what I need.

 

Thanks in advance!

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cmscanto
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Re: Breakout view trough shafts. Keys are sectioned???

10-21-2013 02:29 AM in reply to: cmscanto
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BLHDrafting
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Registered: ‎10-12-2012
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Re: Breakout view trough shafts. Keys are sectioned???

10-21-2013 09:44 PM in reply to: cmscanto

By expirementing with the below option you get some control over which items participate in a section. With it set to Never all Content Centre placed items (standard or custom) do not participate in the section.

 

I succeeded in getting a breakout through the shaft (so that all of the key could be seen) but I could not get the breakout hatched.

 

Hope it helps. Please post a solution if you find 1.

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