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Align wires when drawing in Creo Schematics (pics added)

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thano
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Align wires when drawing in Creo Schematics (pics added)

Hello, I need a help by drawing wires between connectors, when I want to draw harness in Creo Schematics 2 (lite ver.). I added two pictures - one is drawn by me and the other one I got from one powerpoint presentation named Routed Systems.ppt from internet where you can see how I would like to see aligned wires in to one highway. I drew in Diag Type: Wiring and wires label position is set to Both Ends.Zice1.png

Zice2.png

Thanks in advance for your suggestions and solutions.


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Re: Align wires when drawing in Creo Schematics (pics added)

Hi

Attached are two videos with two methods for routing through highways. The video assumes you have grid snap on, your ports on the connectors are aligned with the grid and you know to use the Esc key to exit the edit fiber tool.

Hope that helps

jim

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Re: Align wires when drawing in Creo Schematics (pics added)

Hi

Attached are two videos with two methods for routing through highways. The video assumes you have grid snap on, your ports on the connectors are aligned with the grid and you know to use the Esc key to exit the edit fiber tool.

Hope that helps

jim

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Re: Align wires when drawing in Creo Schematics (pics added)

Don't forget the links or the attachments...

Re: Align wires when drawing in Creo Schematics (pics added)

Doh!

Just added to the post above,

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