We make many complex assemblies that have a high Length / Diameter ratio, and extensively use broken orthogonal views on drawings.
Question: Is it possible somehow to create broken 3D views?
I normally get fancy about here by doing family table cuts and merging of views. It is only on rare occasions I would go this far. But the assembly cut is often a sinusoidal wave on a sweep.
You can make 'a broken 3d view', in that you can have a broken view, and the orientation can be isometric/trimetric/similar. However,
the direction of alignment is always horizontal or vertical. For something resembling 'a broken view of an isometrically-oriented model, where the direction of alignment is along a diagonal', your best bet is a pair of partial views.
Nice Antonius, Your really know how to add a touch of flair!!!