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Extrude axis Hide/Unhide visibility

umg
9-Granite
9-Granite

Extrude axis Hide/Unhide visibility

Hello dear members, what are the ways in which I can hide and unhide the axis created by Extrusion? (The Axis display command controls the visibility of all axis together, I would like to control visibility for particular extrude feature). I tried to select the axis and did Hide, how can I unhide it again? Thanks.

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tbraxton
21-Topaz II
(To:umg)

You can filter the display of features and datums by using layers. Organize your layers as required to filter the display needed.

 

Note that for an axis created by an extruded feature you will need to select the feature and not the axis to control the display. By hiding the extrude feature the axis will not be displayed but the geometry will still appear.

 

Example shown here using the RMB to hide the feature in the model tree.

tbraxton_0-1655829352193.png

 

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Involute Development, LLC
Consulting Engineers
Specialists in Creo Parametric

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StephenW
23-Emerald II
(To:umg)

go to the layer tree and look under "hidden items". You can select the axis and unhide it.

tbraxton
21-Topaz II
(To:umg)

You can filter the display of features and datums by using layers. Organize your layers as required to filter the display needed.

 

Note that for an axis created by an extruded feature you will need to select the feature and not the axis to control the display. By hiding the extrude feature the axis will not be displayed but the geometry will still appear.

 

Example shown here using the RMB to hide the feature in the model tree.

tbraxton_0-1655829352193.png

 

========================================
Involute Development, LLC
Consulting Engineers
Specialists in Creo Parametric
umg
9-Granite
9-Granite
(To:tbraxton)

Thanks @tbraxton , that will work.

 

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