I'm trying to remember what this is called to no avail.
I have a drawing of an assembly. In the top view I want to show the interior in more detail by hsving a sketched hole in the top plate. We used to do this in the OLD DAYS, drawing a splined sketched hole and the interior would be drawing solid instead of dashed.
How is this done in Creo 3.0 M10?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Local Section is correct!
Name cross section where you want the breakout section. Make
this in the model. Then, in the drawing, create a view where this section will be
parallel to the screen. In the section type, pick Local, pick a point for the
center of the breakout, sketch a spline as the boundary for the breakout. Click OK
and you're done.
It just took me a while to find it and figure it out. I haven't done this since probably version 18.
Thanks to any and all that helped.