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SUMMARY: measure the length of an IGES pipe-like part?

agaribay
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SUMMARY: measure the length of an IGES pipe-like part?

I received lots of helpful replies (I love those visuals). I will need
to try them when I have some time.



My objective:



1) To be able to recreate the part

2) To be able to measure the line (If there are time constraints)



Thank you all!



-Art



Note: sure would be nice to have some video tutorial ; )~



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All:



Is there a way to shade 1 part in an assembly with the remaining parts
set to "No Hidden Line" in a drawing view?

I have a fella in graphics marketing that wants me to do tricks that I
don't know if I can do.



Wildfire 3



--Tom Carrington--
Rexair LLC
231-876-3932
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Of course there is.

Under view manager, select the tab "Style" and then choose "new" and then click on the "show" tab and select the options you want. Easy !

Bob
A.DelNegro
4-Participant
(To:agaribay)

This works in the assembly view, but can you translate it into the
drawing?



T


Does it need to be an actual drawing? Copy and paste the view into
powerpoint. The graphics guys would probably prefer that anyway.

Kim




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[proecad] - RE: Shade Only One Part?






This works in the assembly view, but can you translate it into the
drawing?

T

You guys are getting me there, but he wants the shaded part to be hidden
behind the components. See attached. TC


This should do it
Try this.





Bob Frindt
Sr. Designer
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Parker Aerospace
Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division
8940 Tyler Boulevard
Mentor, OH 44060 USA
direct (440) 266-2359

I don't see what's the solution, can anyone help please

Try this,
Create a drawing, place the view on the drawing the why you want it. Then plot to a tiff file. The higher the resolution the better.

Open it in photoshop, change the mode to rgb, scale it down to some manageable size, using the bicubic option.
Then use the paint bucket to fill the areas of the part you want shaded. Then save it in whatever format your guy want's it.

David Haigh
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