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Maximum & minimum position of machine in drafting at a single view like as overlay

harshad_iCAD
Amethyst

Maximum & minimum position of machine in drafting at a single view like as overlay

Dear Community,

 

I want to set two positions of a robotic arm in a single view at drafting..

This feature is available in solidworks also..(Ref video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC_F6F5gRog)

Can we do it in creo as like this..

This is a short video showing how to take Autodesk Inventor Assembly Positional Reps and carry them forward to Inventor Drawings using the Overlay View command.
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Re: Maximum & minimum position of machine in drafting at a single view like as overlay

As far as I know, you can't show two different mechanism positions in a single drawing in Creo.
You can create necessary snapshots and make them available to drawing. Then add another view with desired machine position (from snapshot) and put that view directly on existing view, so it looks like you're showing two different positions at one drawing. You can even change edges display for that particular view, e.g. to be phantom line or similar.

Another solution is to duplicate moving components in the assembly and move them to correct (minimum/maximum) position and then create a view of this assembly. Of course you'll get an overloaded BOM this way, so use such assembly only for showing machine positions and regular assembly for other stuff.
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