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Infoseeker
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Changing reference object in drawing file

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04-09-2012 11:29 AM

I wondered if there is a way of changing view reference from one object to another.

Example.

I have two similar models but drawing done for one.

I could save it as with a different name and replace in all the views referenciing from old model to new one.

Possible? 

 

Yes,for versions 2010 and newer.

Have a look here

 

Procedures
   +Replace model references in drawings

Replace model reference

 

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harco
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Re: Changing reference object in drawing file

04-09-2012 12:09 PM in reply to: Infoseeker

Yes,for versions 2010 and newer.

Have a look here

 

Procedures
   +Replace model references in drawings

Replace model reference

 

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Infoseeker
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Re: Changing reference object in drawing file

04-09-2012 12:55 PM in reply to: harco

Thanks.

Can the .iam references be changed in .ipt file?

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harco
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Re: Changing reference object in drawing file

04-09-2012 10:05 PM in reply to: Infoseeker

Wikihelp says no.

"NoteYou can replace a model only with the same type of model. Replace IPT with IPT, IAM with IAM, and IPN with IPN."

But have a go, you never know.

I bet your dimensions will get messed up if it does work as the edges will not be recognised.

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