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Showing a part through shrinkwrap geometry in drawing

fgallagher
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Showing a part through shrinkwrap geometry in drawing

I have an anchor bolt that I want to show going through a foundation tube. The foundation tube is a shrinkwrap geometry shown for illustration purposes. My collegues are able to show this on thier drawings, but I can't seem to figure out just how they did it. Any ideas? First pic is of my drawing, second pic is how I want my drawing to look.

No_Anchor_Bolt.JPG

How I want the above picture to look like

GmbH_With_Anchor_Bolt.JPG


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I think you can change the model display to transparent for selected parts in your drawing.

Edit, you can make a part phantom transparent. Are you sure they didn't section this this part?

fgallagher
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(To:TomD.inPDX)

I checked the part and there are no sections. Where can I change the model display to transparent at?

component_display_II.png

fgallagher
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(To:TomD.inPDX)

Antonius, that was it. They made the top and bottom plates transparent which now shows the anchor bolt coming up through the tube. Thank you very much!

You are welcome, Floyd!

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