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Jefkee
Posts: 139
Registered: ‎09-26-2012
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Drawing revision and I-logic.

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11-21-2013 12:51 AM

Hi,

 

Due to some changes in my company, I have a certain automatisation that could be useful (saving 3-4 clicks each time needed and not forgetting something).

 

The management has decided that whenever there is a change that needs to be made, the drawing revision needs to be upped before the making the changes. During the changes there has to be a stamp on the drawing "IN ENGINEERING".

 

My question now: is it possible to automatically place a sketched symbol when the revision is being upped?

 

 

Greetings.

Jef

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paul.huppertz
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Registered: ‎09-17-2013
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Re: Drawing revision and I-logic.

11-21-2013 01:20 AM in reply to: Jefkee
How and when do you want to remove the stamp? Manually?

Isn't it easier to make an user defied symbol. Place it once when you are "In Engineering" and when drawing is final remove the symbol.
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Jefkee
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Re: Drawing revision and I-logic.

11-21-2013 01:38 AM in reply to: paul.huppertz

Hi, thanks for the responce.

 

1) The stamp will be removed manually when the revision is done and made into .pdf for the client and production.

 

2) What you suggest placing the user defined symbol when you start, is what we do now. But i would like to ensure that every time that a revision is made it gets the "IN ENGINEERING" sign.

 

This because when someone forgets to put the sign, and goes out of office other people might think that the rivision is OK to spread.

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